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Saint Laurent unveiled its newly restored 17th century mansion atelier to a pack of astounded celebrities and fashionistas Monday, capping a vivacious day of ready-to-wear collections. Here are the fall/winter 2016 show highlights, including show reports from Saint Laurent, Giambattista Valli, Hermes and Stella McCartney. SAINT LAURENT UNVEILS COUTURE MANSION It's no secret that designer Hedi Slimane is a secretive man. But celebrities including David Furnish and Catherine Deneuve were bowled over Monday night as the designer unveiled the previously unannounced restoration of a 17th-century mansion – YSL's new couture house and the venue for the ready-to-wear show. In keeping with the classicism of the venue, Slimane chose to model the fall/winter show on Monsieur Yves Saint Laurent's famed couture presentations.In a highly imaginative show that was more daring than usual, the British-American designer Monday morning took familiar garments and styles and gave them a funky and glamorous twist.PARIS HOTELS PROMOTE FASHION THROUGH FOOD In support of fashion, Paris hotels are collaborating more and more to promote up-and-coming designers.In its first edition, Hilton Opera Paris has opened up a suite for the length of ready-to-wear to showcase the talents of several fashion and accessories designers – and have created special food and drinks menus inspired by the artistic creations.
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