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Givenchy's Clare Waight Keller went back to the storied house's roots in Paris for Sunday's moving couture homage to house-founder Hubert de Givenchy, who died earlier this year.The display, unveiled inside the 17th century National Archives, gloriously capped the first day of fall-winter collections that run for four days and represent designers from some 11 nations.Simply the best moment, however, was the homage to Hepburn, the long-time muse of the label and personal friend of the house founder.The Dutch designer, who's been presenting a demi-couture – or couture-lite – collection, since 2014, presented a glitzy display of show-stopping gowns all with a unique and different style.The ballet theme was quite a smart, even commercial, move for a couture show.CHAUMET'S JEWELSOn the sidelines of haute couture week is haute joaillerie – in which the world's most prestigious jewelers unveil their sparkling new annual collections.
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