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Before Andre Agassi caused a stir with his stone-washed shorts at the French Open, the courts at Roland Garros were a sporting catwalk for fashion experimentation.From the corset-less dress worn by "La Divine" Suzanne Lenglen and designed by French creator Jean Patou to the revealing black-and-red outfit that Venus Williams exhibited five years ago, the tennis stadium located in the chic western district of the French capital has always been a fashion hotspot.There are dresses and shorts – some dating back to 1890 – a lavish male tennis coat, autographed outfits by the likes of Steffi Graf and Williams and a collection of tennis shoes.
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