Iris Van Herpen - shrink-wrapped models

As a model walks on Iris van Herpen's runway, other models hang, shrink-wrapped, in plastic bags. (Patrick Kovarik / AFP/Getty Images / March 4, 2014)

Lots of weird stuff can happen at fashion weeks. For instance, take Chanel's fashion-show-as-grocery-store that Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic Booth Moore wrote about on Tuesday. Also adding to the Paris Fashion Week weirdness: Dutch designer Iris van Herpen lined her runway with shrink-wrapped bags containing models. [The Cut]

Lupita Nyong'o and Jared Leto, fresh off winning supporting-role Oscars, attended the Miu Miu show in Paris on Wednesday, along with Rihanna, Elizabeth Olsen, Elle Fanning and Bella Heathcote. [Fashionista]

A new day dawned at Louis Vuitton when Nicolas Ghesquiere showed his debut collection for the label on Wednesday, Moore reports. [Los Angeles Times]

Kendall Jenner walked in the Chanel show, adding to her breakout runway season that has included modeling for Giles, Marc Jacobs and Givenchy[Elle]

Elsewhere, LVMH Chief Executive Bernard Arnault received the Museum of Modern Art's David Rockefeller Award in New York on Tuesday. [WWD]

Celebrity chef Nigella Lawson appeared without makeup on the cover of British Vogue. [People]

And French perfume house Guerlain has come out with a fabric freshening spray, Eau de Cashmere -- think luxe alternative to Febreze. [The Cut]

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