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Designer Kris Van Assche traveled back in a fashion time machine Saturday while Robert Pattinson explained the importance of clothes for acting roles as he attended Dior Homme's Paris menswear collection. Here are some highlights of the fourth day of fall-winter shows:DIOR'S TATTOOED COUTUREIt was an ambitious fusion of two periods for Dior Homme: a sartorial homage to the past that twinned what the house called the "reckless abandon" of youth with the couture of Monsieur Dior's New Look.The two-periods theme in the 49 suit-heavy looks was also evident in the age range of the models, who were either very young or over 40 .Equally impressive were the winter styles in the clothes.With many designs channeling the sartorial vibe from which the New York City-based designer cut his cloth, Browne prepared his models to brave the harshest elements of the coldest months and in the process produced one of the best shows of the season.Textured wool and checks motifs that merged a winter scarf with a suit-style pattern adorned long A-line coats amid some of the thickest outerwear to be seen this fall-winter.It was fun, and fall-winter saw a more coherent side to the designs than has been seen in recent seasons.
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