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Your Morning Fashion and Beauty Report: The show goes on at Dior, Lady Gaga says 'I do,' Christophe Decarnin says he's not feeling well and Blake Lively says yes to a White Swan-looking dress

March 4, 2011 |  8:59 am


Just days after termination proceedings against its designer John Galliano commenced, the much-anticipated Christian Dior show took place -- as scheduled -- at Paris Fashion Week. Our fashion critic Booth Moore has all the details fresh off the runway. All The Rage

Lady Gaga said "I do" to a CNN camera operator. Thoughts of what the wedding dress would look like won't stop running through my mind. CNN

Balmain designer Christophe Decarnin was absent from the label’s recent runway show and is reportedly undergoing treatment at a mental hospital where he's apparently been since January. Fashionology

Blake Lively attended a Chanel dinner looking like the White Swan. She didn't wear Chanel on her feet however, the Gossip Girl is loyal to Louboutin after the designer recently named a pair of shoes after her. Daily Mail

Carla Bruni Sarkozy, France's first lady, paired trendy lacy (and a tad racy) black tights with her cocktail dress for a state dinner at the Elysee Palace in Paris last night, raising quite a few eyebrows. I think she looks chic, but it would be nice to see her out of ballet flats once in a while. Stylelist

Louis Vuitton has settled a lawsuit in which a man who purchased Takashi Murakami pieces from MOCA sued the French luxury house after learning the artwork was not limited edition as advertised, but made of the same material used for LV's coveted bags. Los Angeles Times

UGG Australia steps up its game and adds a luxury line of shoes and bags to the otherwise casual collection that until now has been a perfect fit for the college crowd and Snooki, who has in the past name the brand as one of her favorite "designers." WWD

-- Melissa Magsaysay

Photo: Blake Lively, the new face of Chanel's Mademoiselle handbag, in New York on Wednesday. Credit: Billy Farrell, Chanel