In Paris, A Babysitter's Club?

To: Faran@fashionista.com From: ModelAgent@parisagency.com Fashion Emergency in Paris! There's just been a new law passed saying nobody ages 18 and
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To: Faran@fashionista.com From: ModelAgent@parisagency.com Fashion Emergency in Paris! There's just been a new law passed saying nobody ages 18 and
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To: Faran@fashionista.com From: ModelAgent@parisagency.com Fashion Emergency in Paris! There's just been a new law passed saying nobody ages 18 and under can work on Sundays. Of course, the Lanvin men's show is this Sunday, and every boy booked for the show is under 18. They're trying to get an exception for just this Sunday, but here is what the new law means: The women's shows are screwed right now. Paris Sunday is supposed to be Lanvin, Louis Vuitton, and Miu Miu. If the law holds for Paris Fashion Week, that takes out Tanya D, Ali Michael (left, at Anna Sui), Chanel Iman, Karlie Kloss, Toni Garrn, Ali Stephens... plus anybody new who's getting big. Casting directors are NOT happy. --Model Agent [Editor's Note: We love all those girls, but if the law holds, it could be fun to see only young adults on the Vuitton runway in February - nothing wrong with a little Mariacarla - Gemma - Stam combo...]