The ruckus in the Landmark on Wednesday night was due to French brand Roger Vivier's flashy store opening. The label has moved from its street-level Landmark shop to a larger second-floor space, and all its prominent personnel came over to celebrate, including artistic director Bruno Frisoni (left) and image ambassador - and former Chanel supermodel - Ines de la Fressange (right). However, the commotion and crowd were more the result of the endless phalanx of sharp-heeled ladies descending on the scene, none more attention-grabbing than actress Tang Wei (pictured centre left with brand general manager Sabine Brunner). The beaming star showed no sign of disappointment that her movie Crossing Hennessy hasn't become the big hit producers had hoped for. 'I've heard the results were not ideal, but when I was in China many people still told me they saw the movie and really liked it,' Tang said. 'For me, that's satisfaction enough. I don't pay too much attention to box office totals.' The actress must also be happy to help launch Vivier's new Miss Viv bag. Apparently, it's the new must-have accessory in Paris after Carla Bruni-Sarkozy carried one at last year's Bastille Day celebration. It's so exclusive - and so pricey at HK$111,000 - that there was only one bag available that night, not including Tang's. 'I've never held a handbag this expensive before.' And, honey, nobody needs to either. At least part of the proceeds goes to a charity, the Carla Bruni-Sarkozy Foundation.