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    Top > Fashion Shows > Paris Haute Couture
     


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    Gaultier Extravagance closes Paris Haute Couture shows
    Jean Paul Gaultier closed the Paris Haute couture shows with a collection brimming with ideas and extravagant images. The clothes featured African flourishes with ball gowns
    06-Mar-2005 - Details

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    Designer's haute couture debut
    Giorgio Armani, who yesterday made his haute couture debut at the age of 70, is shaking up the precious haute couture establishment with his no-nonsense attitude. He insists that all the clothes on his catwalk are designed to sell, and is open about the price tags - a rare approach in these circles - which range from £12,800 to £46,500.
    06-Mar-2005 - Details

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    High Fashion, Now and Then
    On Monday morning it spit snow in Paris, and by afternoon some 1,500 or so guests trampled across icy planks, through a muddy field in the Bois de Boulogne, to reach a tent wired with more high voltage than a Hollywood sound stage. Between television monitors showing archival images of the House
    07-Mar-2005 - Details

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    Voyaging on the African Queen
    With haute couture hanging by a thread, it was Jean Paul Gaultier who tied up the week with an imaginative show on Wednesday afternoon inspired by the dreamy world of equatorial Africa. The runway might have been a series of podiums zigzagging in interconnected knots
    07-Mar-2005 - Details

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    From the Cupboard of Ages Past
    It's somewhat ironic that at the time Karl Lagerfeld sold off every piece of his personal Louis XVI collection at Sotheby's, he would choose porcelain from the Age of Enlightenment as inspiration for his Chanel couture collection. And of course it worked, like everything else Karl touches
    07-Mar-2005 - Details

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    On Aura tout Vu in Paris
    Sometimes it takes three to tell the story. The story for the trio this season takes us into the world of semi-precious stones which for many of us have symbolic and spiritual meaning. The talisman and the amulet have always had a special place
    07-Mar-2005 - Details

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    Opposites Attract
    Marc le Bihan’s collection was a study in opposites. The models streamed out almost endlessly in black and white silk chiffon polka dotted dresses, with the occasional splash of color in orange, grey, and pink. These pretty dresses are meant for lunch on the lawn with Daisy and Jay Gatsby
    07-Mar-2005 - Details

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    Dominique Sirop - Paris fashion week
    Dominique Sirop is master of tucks, folds and draping. But he is a god of the diaphanous. In his hands, the sheerest silk chiffon becomes the body and wings of an angel. He creates beautiful tailored trouser suits, accented this season with brown and black leather
    07-Mar-2005 - Details

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    Laurent Mercier - Paris Fashion Week
    Laurent Mercier is known around Paris as a superb drag queen. His shows often reflect this predilection. The interplay of he-she was abundant, but couture
    07-Mar-2005 - Details

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    Jean-Louis Scherrer - Paris Fashion Week
    The house of Jean-Louis Scherrer has a lot of international clients, and the suave and handsome Stephane Rolland, who seems to become more gorgeous himself each season, does not let his ladies down
    07-Mar-2005 - Details

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    Chanel Haute Couture Show of Spring 2005
    Karl Lagerfeld’s imagination is unlimited, isn’t it? This is the question his clients keep asking! Be it pret-a-porter or haute couture, the designer manages to interpret Gabrielle Chanel’s heritage in a most unexpected way
    07-Mar-2005 - Details

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    Armani Prive Couture Show of Spring 2005
    Donatella Versace has given up haute couture, hasn’t she? Never bother: there is a new person to represent Italy alongside with Valentino. Giorgio Armani is on top of haute couture celebrating his 70-year anniversary.Unlike the previous lines rich in models of different colors
    07-Mar-2005 - Details

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    Armani still in the spotlight at 70
    It's been described as a dying art, but the biggest name in fashion has just given haute couture his vote of confidence at the Paris Fashion Show.
    07-Mar-2005 - Details

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    Galliano celebrates 100 years of Dior with his own new look
    The opening of Paris's haute couture season should have been a cause for celebration yesterday but the French capital was a city in mourning after losing the Olympics to London.
    07-Jul-2005 - Details

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    Paris autumn-winter 2005-06 haute couture shows begin from July 6
    Fashion's betting season will open on July 6 when the Paris autumn-winter 2005-06 haute couture shows begin, as Givenchy puts its faith in an unknown Italian and up-and-coming labels try to make their mark
    07-Jul-2005 - Details

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    Energy, imagination and emotion at Paris haute couture
    PARIS How fine is the line that separates haute couture from high-end fashion? It is as thin as the threads embroidered on Slavic skirts and the tresses wound into braids at Jean Paul Gaultier's show
    18-Jul-2005 - Details

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    Moroccan designer brings caftan couture to Paris
    When haute couture week begins in Paris on Wednesday, Morocco's Zhor Rais is hoping to earn a little fashion respect for her homeland with her handcrafted caftans, and show that traditional garments can be modern
    18-Jul-2005 - Details

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    Paris Couture: Centennial Dior
    Tim Burton, part centennial celebration, part technical tour de force and, above all, part brilliant display of beautiful clothes, Wednesday's haute couture collection by John Galliano for Christian Dior will go down in fashion history as one of those fashion moments of rare and outlandish beauty.
    09-Jul-2005 - Details

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    Armani Prive: Couture on Giorgios Terms
    The French have an apt term for it: "Qui s'impose, impose," meaning whoever imposes their own will wins. Apt, because it well sums up the whole Giorgio Armani experience in haute couture, which witnessed its second season on Wednesday in Paris.
    10-Jul-2005 - Details

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    Paris haute couture: powerful Lacroix
    Christian Lacroix and Givenchy's new artistic director Riccardo Tisci proved that haute couture is alive and well with their powerful, dramatic collections for autumn-winter 2005-06.
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    10-Jul-2005 - Details

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