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The ever-inventive Rick Owens nearly cooked his front row at Paris Fashion Week thanks to a giant burning sculpture, while Indian designer Manish Arora brought the colors of a carnival and Carnival to a zany spring collection that stylishly followed no rules.Editors sitting in the front row for the Rick Owens runway show were certain of one thing: The gargantuan five-legged pyramid that Owens set ablaze suddenly got really, really hot.In short, it was a typically creative display from Owens.GAULTIER: THE MUSICALSince ending his ready-to-wear line in 2014, Jean Paul Gaultier has been quite missed on the Fashion Week calendar.There are two-fold reasons: Firstly, because the 1960s space-age designs the Spanish-born designer was co-credited with popularizing are again ubiquitous on the Paris runways.Perforated lace collars and long baroque cuffs on a crisp white shirt cut a stylish silhouette with a heavy, glistening black slit skirt.A tight black minidress with chains hanging had contrasting patterns in the skirt.
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