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Lebanese designer Tony Ward has made a return to Paris runways after a decade of showing his glittering couture collections in Rome.Ward, like most of Lebanon's high-profile couturiers, did his training in Paris, where he started by dressing models and moved up to drawing gowns for fashion houses such as Dior and Lanvin. For the past 10 years, Ward had chosen the Altamoda event in Rome to showcase his couture collections twice a year, making this the first time his fashion house has presented its couture collection in France.Paris, however, has been an important market for Ward. He hosts an itinerant show during ready-to-wear month and chooses to present those collections in New York, Milan and Paris. Ward – whose collections tend toward the more extravagant – added in the glittering beadwork and detail characteristic of his gowns, in addition to the geometric elements.Ward had little time for reflection.
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