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An on-form Stella McCartney presented her first Paris Fashion Week collection since taking full control of her eponymous design house this year by buying the 50 percent stake owned by luxury giant Kering. The British-American designer used her new independence to go back to her artistic roots on the runway Monday and spoke to the Associated Press about animal rights in the industry and fashion's fledgling steps to go fur-free.INDEPENDENT MCCARTNEY GOES BACK TO ROOTSStella McCartney did what she does best, delivering a show at Paris Fashion Week that brimmed with joyful, laid-back styles.FASHION'S FUR-FREE FUTURE?In September, London became the first fashion capital to go fur-free after the British Fashion Council said all designers on the calendar would ditch using fur in their shows.MUSEUMTo coincide with Paris Fashion Week, the year-old Yves Saint Laurent Museum is inaugurating a temporary exhibit devoted to the late French designer's love for Asia.The world's largest continent featured prominently in the fashion designs and perfumes of Saint Laurent, who died in 2008 .
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