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Chanel models in sorbet pink skip down stairs in ParisWhile most other fashion designers may settle for the usual trappings of their business – a dark room, straight runway and phalanx of bored-looking models – Karl Lagerfeld likes to have fun.For Chanel's haute couture collection in Paris this week, creative director Lagerfeld presented no less than an orchestra, a revolving stage, two curving staircases and over 60 suits and dresses in sorbet shades for Spring/Summer 2014 .Paris fashion week has already seen a crisp, clean and elegant Dior show, punctuated by oversized eyelet silk, while Atelier Versace gave a nod to 1980s singer Grace Jones with hoods and draped silk jersey dresses in chartreuse and purple.But the most eagerly awaited ticket was Monday's debut collection of Marco Zanini at the head of the resuscitated Schiaparelli, the couture house of the 1930s doyenne of Paris fashion, Elsa Schiaparelli.
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