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Lanvin and Paul Smith capped a masculine and utilitarian menswear season in Paris as Kenzo paid tribute to Irish singer-songwriter Dolores O'Riordan of The Cranberries, who died last week. Here are some highlights from Sunday's final fall-winter men's shows and the run-up to Paris Fashion Week for couture collections:The clothes at the Sunday morning show were more fixed on reality – with sneakers, hoods, hats, toggles and straps appearing on urban-looking and masculine winter looks.The notable creative feature here was the cross-over styles. The flower – a common theme in the Kenzo universe – cross-pollinated into the 46 women's styles.PAUL SMITH'S '80SIt was the dramatic styles of the 1980s that were in vogue at Paul Smith's fall show.RISK-FREE Agnes B'.s perfectly saleable designs were dapper, but the collection ultimately played it safe.For fall-winter, the French designer's best styles riffed on the retro suits of the 1960s.
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