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There was a subdued atmosphere at the first day of Paris Fashion Week menswear shows – which began in earnest following the French capital's worst terror attacks in decades.Designer Walter Van Beirendonck's collection featured clothes with "Stop Terrorizing Our World" emblazoned on the front, and showed that even in its elite bubble the fashion world isn't completely immune to world events. Here are the highlights of Day One of the fall-winter 2015 shows, including show reviews for Valentino, Raf Simons and Julien David.Fashionistas chatted away to each other at Valentino of half-empty planes from New York and eerily silent Paris hotels. Others dramatized stories of their relatives imploring them to avoid Paris altogether after the attacks that left 17 victims and three gunmen dead this month, which included a strike on satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. A model presents a creation by Valentino during the men's Fall/Winter 2015 ready-to-wear collection fashion show on January 21, 2015 in Paris. Models wear a creation by Belgian fashion designer Raf Simmons during his men's fall-winter 2015/2016 fashion collection presented in Paris, France, Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015 .It was a confident collection from one of the rising stars in menswear, Julien David – that could be summed up as the 50s-man-gets-sporty.
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