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What does Audrey Hepburn have in common with the Pre-Raphaelites? The answer: They are all part of the myriad of inspirations found on the first full day of Paris' ready-to-wear shows and fashion's ever-creative hotchpotch. Here are the highlights and show reports from Wednesday's spring-summer 2015 collections. AUDREY HEPBURN IS WINDSWEPT AT DAMIR DOMA A wind-swept Audrey Hepburn in retro shades and a cleanly cut coat on an East Sussex beach, as captured in an iconic 1951 photo, was one of the inspirations behind Damir Doma's show.While devore-effect ripples in skirts, pants and wide-shouldered coats conjured up images of the wood perhaps found by the Hepburn beachcomber.ROCHAS' OFF-KILTER VIBE It was the second outing for new designer Alessandro Dell'Acqua at age-old Rochas.The Italian designer injected a contemporary feel to this collection – by adding a slightly off-kilter vibe to which the house is now strongly associated.GUY LAROCHE'S SPORTSWEAR-MEETS-EIGHTIES Marcel Marongiu was inspired by the mid-20th century American designer and mistress of luxurious sportswear Claire McCardell for his spring-summer show for Guy Laroche.
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