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Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld on Tuesday delighted haute couture's new breed of deep-pocketed customer with a collection just like them -- young, modern and in many cases Asian.Asked about the collection's youthful feel, the designer joked that not many customers were interested in clothes with an "old" feel.Lagerfeld drew inspiration for his collection from one of the pioneers of modern architecture, Le Corbusier. A significant number of guests at the show were from Asia, such as Wen Hsin Tsai Hong from Taiwan who told AFP the collection had a particularly Asian feel.Chanel fashion president Bruno Pavlovsky told AFP that after years of an ageing clientele more and more customers were now in their twenties and thirties.Around 30 haute couture collections for autumn/winter 2014/15 are being shown in Paris this week, before wrapping up on Friday.
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