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Top fashion designers set out Sunday to prove the saying that a stylish woman can even look good in a bin bag. Belgian husband and wife team Filip Arickx and An Vandevorst turned black plastic bin liners and dry cleaning sheaths into skirts and elaborate embroidered ball gowns in their debut Paris haute couture show.The pair – collectively called A.F. Vandevorst – set out to challenge that aesthetic with a punkish cavalier show which also featured rubbish bag veils.New York-based Proenza Schouler also chose to show its spring/summer ready to wear 2018 collection rather than the autumn/winter range most other brands were presenting.While the Mulleavys insisted it was the French capital's view of fashion as art that had attracted them, Hernandez said Paris "has always been the most inspiring city for us.
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