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Fashion News: 'DWTS's' Cheryl Burke talks about Rob Kardashian

October 4, 2011 |  8:35 am

Cheryl Burke, Rob Kardashian

We've been keeping track lately of all the celebrities who seem to go on "Dancing With the Stars" and end up reshaping their bodies. So far it's mostly been women -- Kirstie Alley, for instance, and this season Ricki Lake. Apparently the men are also benefiting from the rigorous regimen. Cheryl Burke says partner Rob Kardashian has lost "a lot of weight. His whole physical appearance has changed," she says. "He's using different muscles. He's super sore all the time. I'm not sure if he's changing his diet, but the cardio is really good. I think he lost most of the weight just rehearsing from the jive because it's so fast-paced." [People]

Most of the people photographed on the front rows of important runway shows are seriously important fashion editors -- Vogue's Anna Wintour -- or publicity-attracting film or music stars, sometimes "contracted" for the occasion. But Princess Charlene (Wittstock) of Monaco was front-row at the Akris show in Paris over the weekend, possibly just because she likes Akris (which she wears often). [Cut]

Bill Gaytten's collection for the Galliano label, also shown in Paris over the weekend, was another one of several of the European spring-summer 2012 collections that seem to have been inspired by the 1920s, just like collections seen in Milan from Gucci and Emporio Armani. Gaytten kind of, sort of hinted that maybe, just maybe, his former boss John Galliano -- who fell from grace in an anti-Semitism scandal -- will return to fashion. [Cut]  

Kate Winslet is teaming up with Lancôme on a limited-edition makeup collection to benefit the Golden Hat Foundation, a charity Winslet established to aid autistic children. The cosmetics company promised to donate 150,000 euros from the proceeds -- about $198,000 at current exchange rates. [Telegraph]

Marisa Berenson

Elle magazine once declared Marisa Berenson, right, "the most beauiful girl in the world." Now 64, the granddaughter of famed couturier Elsa Schiaperelli appeared in her christening gown in Vogue, and went on to be one of the most famous faces of the 1960s, '70s, '80s ... and on to this day. A new book, "Marisa Berenson, A Life in Pictures (Rizzoli)," chronicles her glamorous and sometimes sad (sister Berry was in one of the planes that crashed into the World Trade Center) journey. [Telegraph]


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-- Susan Denley

Photos, from top: Cheryl Burke and Rob Kardashian perform on "Dancing With the Stars"; Marisa Berenson, right, with Yasmine Besson and Antoine Arnault at Christian Dior's spring-summer 2012 show in Paris on Friday. Credits: Adam Taylor / ABC; Pascal Le Segretain / Getty Images