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Two points of interest (besides the clothes and set and toddler) at this morning's Chanel spring 2011 show: 1. Karl Lagerfeld told Cathy Horyn that "I really don’t think women want to go around looking like a Saint Laurent shopping bag." and 2. Because of the newly issued terror alerts, there were 200 plainclothes security people in attendance. [NY Times]