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Now, the fashion world has come calling once chloe outlet sale 2015 black friday again: He recently worked on the Paris showroom of Roger Vivier and redid several salons for the 2012 reopening of the Schiaparelli couture house on Place Vendôme, mixing in wildly colorful objects with art by Man Ray and Dali. Darré has also invited his fashion friends to collaborate with him on projects for his gallery: Pierre Le-Tan designed a dreamlike patterned wallpaper for Maison Darré while Yaz Bukey has showcased her tongue-in-cheek jewelry pieces.

He has even made a foray into moviemaking and set design. In 2013 he did the art direction for Dombasle's film ''Opium,'' a kitschy song­-and­-dance homage to Jean Cocteau — who is perhaps Darré's closest spirit animal. ''He's like the enfant terrible Cocteau himself,'' Dombasle says. ''He even sketches like Cocteau,'' she adds, cheap chloe outlet black friday referring to Darré's willowy line drawings. This summer, he designed the costumes and sets for her touring French production of ''La Traviata.'' Through it all, the polymathic wild child seems more concerned with the life of the imagination. ''I'm not attached to any of it,'' he says. ''I'm happy to start fresh.''