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It was not quite the return of the toga, but Spanish wunderkind Alejandro Gomez Palomo turned the fashion clock back 2,000 years at his Paris men's show Tuesday.Palomo believes pretty dresses are not just for girls and his clothes can be worn by men, women and everyone in between.Young New York designer Emily Adams Bode -- making her Paris debut -- also has a sideways view of what men's fashion should look like.Another American debutant, Spencer Phipps, took his inspiration from the much more straight-down-the-line urban cowboy, with Stetsons galore in his line of sustainable streetwear. But that did not stop blurring the lines with one cowpoke wearing a dress over his hiking boots.
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