YOU BET: “Of course, none of us knew how to gamble, so we all had to be trained,” Julianne Moore confessed after the Chanel couture show, where front-row celebrities were the centerpiece of the casino set, seated at blackjack and roulette tables, dripping in high jewelry.
“We had roulette classes. I won yesterday and lost today,” added Kristen Stewart, who carried a cigarette case and cigarette holder — both items paved in diamonds.
Stewart, who embraced her “Still Alice” co-star Moore, said she is set to start filming another Olivier Assayas film in November in Paris.
“I play a girl who’s a personal shopper and has identity issues. She’s drawn into it, but is very conflicted about it. It’s also a ghost story, so it’s all very trippy,” she related.
Stewart recently wrapped Ang Lee’s “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk,” an Iraq war drama filmed at an exceptionally high-film rate, and in 3-D, calling the technology “absolutely ground-breaking” and requiring minimal takes. “We were all a bunch of guinea pigs,” she smiled.