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Back during the drizzly cold of winter in Paris, Elie Saab's spring-summer couture collection took a dramatic turn halfway through the runway show.Whether it was Italian director Sofia Coppola in laid-back, relatively minimal gowns or Spanish actress Paz Vega wearing a deep V-neck, va-va-voom Fitriani dress to an AIDS gala during the festival, celebrities set black as the unusual choice color for spring.The red carpet offered a chance to see some of the dark spring dresses from Saab's couture collection in real life.Adding to the darkness were the many dresses taken from last season's fall-winter collections, which are typified each season by somber colors such as maroon, gray and navy.On the red carpet for the premiere of "Two Days, One Night," model Petra Nemcova also reached for one of the rare black numbers among Zuhair Murad's otherwise brightly colored spring collection inspired by the Garden of Eden.
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