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| March 1, 2018 | Style & Beauty National

The latest round of fashion shows in Paris saw its close this week, with looks that both shocked and awed their audiences. Here are our five favourite shows from Paris Fashion Week.


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The talented designer Maria Grazia Chiuri transported her audience at the Rodin Museum back to the 60s with her latest runway show that offered clothing that was both revolutionary and feminist. Models wore clothing emblazoned with posters, signs, newspaper graphics, and slogans to evoke the sentiment of the that radical era.


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Fendi presented a purely feminine, sexy, and slightly romantic collection. The brand found its inspiration in the "strong and powerful woman of today." and drew on dark, dramatic fall coats, trenches, and furs to make a statement.


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Gucci shocked its audience with a unique show that included special and visual effects including a small dragon, lifelike heads, and kingsnake, which were held by models who walked the runway in Paris. The house's creative director Alessandro Michele sought to take the crowd to a surreal and mythological world with his clothing, and revealed that Frankenstein and Homer had inspired his latest collection.

Dolce & Gabanna

It is a disruptive meeting between fashion and technology with the drones that open the show by presenting the handbags of the collection. Countless religious references, rich gold embroidery, lace, feathers, animals, red color, flowery prints and head jewelry in this autumn winter 2018 collection.

A baroque profusion, traditional outfits mingling with a modernization found in the choice of technology.


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Rithika merchant and Natacha Ramsay-Levi presented us a rock, bohemian, mystical and modern collection. The Chloé woman is undeniably feminine, dynamic and cultivated.

Embroidery, camel, beige, vibrant colors, claim, zipp, romantic paintings, python, botanical drawings inspired this collection both ethnic and Indian.


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