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As Paris women's fashion week heads into the final straight, we look at what we have learned so far from the catwalk collections:Dior was first to burst the frame with big boxy skin-tone shades, followed by Gucci's jet black giants inspired by sleeping masks with Loewe's equally massive ones a little more modular.Rick Owens and Paris newcomers Marques'Almeida continued the gigantism with almost identical fighter pilot visor shades. Never one to be outdone, the American avant-gardist Owens brought out the heavy artillery, with codpiece bags big enough to smuggle an electric guitar.While Saint Laurent's Vaccarello may be out of synch with the mood of the times, Owens tellingly put his codpieces on women in an impressive show that also included kick-ass women in headscarves and a black Lady Liberty holding the flame of freedom that set fire to his "Tower of Babel".
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