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Scores of clapping showgoers stood and craned to get a look at Zuhair Murad at the end of his couture show in Paris Thursday. It wasn't a standing ovation, per se, but it had that intensity.Murad's spring summer couture collection, based on the Garden of Eden, came at the end of another packed haute couture fashion week, after top designers had already bombarded fashion writers and buyers with their most fantastical creations for several days. It was a feat for Murad to have inspired the kind of giddy awe that proliferated the Palais du Beaux-Arts so late in the week. With such similar clientele, it's worth pondering whether Murad might one day overtake Saab on the international fashion stage.Murad seems to know he's on a roll, though he referred to it somewhat more elegantly as "a state of grace".
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