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The Russian designer Ulyana Sergeenko learned that the hard way this week when she sent flowers to her friend the Moscow socialite Miroslava Duma when she arrived in Paris for the shows. Both women insisted it was meant as a term of endearment between friends, but the fashion world was not in a forgiving mood.Life is black and whiteWhile catwalks are more and more gender fluid with co-ed shows and androgynous and trans models, they could not have been more binary when it came to color this week.Black and white dominated from Jean-Paul Gaultier's two-tone tribute to Pierre Cardin to Dior's surrealist checkerboards and Clare Waight Keller's praised debut at Givenchy.
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