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Boundless ideas with '80s daring were the expansive spirit of Stella McCartney's accomplished collection at Paris Fashion Week.Here are some highlights of Monday's spring/summer 2018 Paris Fashion Week shows:STELLA MCCARTNEY TAKES ON THE '80S British-American designer McCartney slashed a bubblegum-pink disco-debutante dress in taffeta at the bottom – giving it a surreal shrunken effect – and paired it with billowing pants that make the model's legs disappear.It was deceptively simple, like many of the 39 looks in the fastidiously constructed display Monday in Paris. RARE APPEARANCE BY SEINFELD Comedian Jerry Seinfeld, a relative stranger to the fashion industry, found time to fly into Paris for the Stella McCartney show.The skirt ruffles that Valli fashioned higher at the front beautifully encased the models' legs in an oval shape like a showpiece.CHANEL MODELS PARADE PAST PARIS WATERFALLS Karl Lagerfeld brought the drama of the natural world indoors for Chanel's catwalk show on the final day of Paris Fashion Week, with a huge cliff complete with waterfall towering behind the catwalk.It is still far from an industrywide standard, and the models in Paris remained very slender and young.But designers, models and other insiders said it was a start that could encourage people to denounce bad practices. Issey Miyake used three models over 40 in a dance-filled runway show Friday.
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