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Louis Vuitton by Marc Jacobs

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” There’s next-to-nothing, there’s almost-nothing, then there’s less-than-nothing,” was how Jacobs described his almost non-existent skirts. The models were adorned with sequins, beads, brooches, feathers, jewelled chokers, pendants and cuffs, and super-embellished shoes.

Valentino by Alessandra Facchinetti

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Photograph by Reuters

Photograph by Reuters

Photograph by Reuters

Facchinetti’s Collection was inspired by 1920’s jewels and designed delicately. The jewels are worn at the throat, wrist, waist and slippers. They are also seen in jewel- print chiffons in soft citrus shades.

Chloé by Hannah MacGibbon

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Photograph by AFP/Getty Images

Chloé’s collection oozes British Cool with sun-dresses, jumpsuits, and rolled-up shorts all screaming the essence of Brits.

Dior by John Galliano

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Photograph by Reuters

Galliano presented an African inspired collection where the models strutted on a six-inch, metal “fertility goddess” heels as well as a high plaited head-dresses. Galliano was inspired by “my memories of many trips, all over Africa”

Balmain by Christophe Decarnin

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Balmain’s Collection is inspired by punk, Madonna and Ancient Egyptians. The show kicked off with Madonna’s music and models parading in short, emerald, black and shocking pink micro-minis. Egyptian mummies come to mind when you see the way the models carry the skin-tight dresses and they are also adorned with punk studs, crystals, and jewels.

Kenzo by Antonio Marras

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Photograph by Reuters

Photograph by Reuters

Photograph by Reuters

Antonio Marras brought ‘Alice in Wonderland’ to life, at the Paris prêt-à-porter season. There are crystals and pearls, shells and beads adorned with smock-dresses and empire-line dresses. Sequins on dresses and jewel-embroidered knits makes the collection complete.

John Galliano

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Photograph by AP

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Photograph by Getty

John Galliano’s “old English” style, inspired, in part by the 18th century political satirist, James Gillray. A burst of colours can be seen on stage when the models walked out in lime and pink jackets worn with bright and floral skirts, aswell as colourful pleats and ruffles.

Sources: http://www.telegraph.co.uk

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