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As couture week in Paris entered its final furlong, the French capital was electrified by celebrity concerts and eccentric, creative designs. But Karl Lagerfeld's fur-only couture show for Fendi provoked disruptive animal-rights protests. Here are the highlights of the fall-winter 2015-16 shows Wednesday, including Jean Paul Gaultier, Viktor & Rolf and Elie Saab.The Celtic Circle defined many of the silhouettes – appearing as giant circle skirts often embroidered in traditional patterns – and one gold show-stopper with black feather fringing.Actress Isabella Rossellini appeared delighted by Kylie's performance, smiling throughout.FENDI FUR-ONLY SHOW PROVOKES ANTI-FUR PROTESTKarl Lagerfeld has spent his more than 50-year career provoking.And, true to form, for the 81-year-old couturier's 50th anniversary celebration as designer of Rome-based Fendi, he sent down the catwalk some two dozen couture creations, each made of fur.Bardot, the French cinema star turned animal rights activist, has previously sparked controversy with the fur-indulgent designer, by penning a letter to his cat, Choupette, imploring the feline to stop its owner using fur in his Fendi collections.
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