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The black box construction branded "DIOR" was so big that it had even obscured the view of the Eiffel Tower. The sheer scale of menswear designer Kim Jones' pop-up venue of 2,840 square meters could only mean one thing: He was competing for show of the season Friday at Paris Fashion Week.Dior's love of art became a sparkling print of a frowning Mona Lisa on a shirt, jacket and sweater.Van Assche didn't let the fall-winter mood dampen any of this zest for color, all the while working in his signature minimalist touches.JIL SANDER'S PRECISIONThe Milan-based fashion house Jil Sander, which was founded by a German designer, showed its menswear collection Friday in Paris.Giant black-and-white checks on skirts cut on the bias and on double-breasted woolen coats were used as contrasts to silver bubble jackets or camouflage print styles.THE ART OF INVITATIONThe art of the chic invite is still very much a staple of Paris fashion.South Korean Juun J.'s "invitation" was a gargantuan black-and-white check woolen scarf -- to set the winter scene and demonstrate the designer's penchant for oversize styles and checks.
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