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PARIS: Eighty-three shows on the calendar, talent coming in from over 20 countries and jet-setting celebrities flocking into the French capital can only mean one thing: It's time for Paris Fashion Week.DIOR'S '60s GIRL POWERDelving into the Dior archives, designer Maria Grazia Chiuri came back armed with photos of sculptress Niki de Saint Phalle – one of the few successful female artists in the male-dominated 1960s art world and a muse for then-Dior designer Marc Bohan.There has been a marked shift in celebrating feminism since Chiuri last year became the first female designer for Dior.SAINT LAURENT'S EIFFEL TOWER VIEW A smoke machine spewed out cloudy plumes across the gargantuan metal platform above the Trocadero gardens, created by Saint Laurent for its spring-summer collection this year.The creative climax came toward the end of the exhaustive 90-piece show – when Vaccarello left behind the '80s exploration and went abstract to explore shapes with an upward movement.
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