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A one-off itinerant extravaganza courtesy of American designer Tommy Hilfiger's "buy-now" collaboration with actress-singer Zendaya gave Paris Fashion Week a case of Saturday night fever. Valentino's Pierpaolo Piccioli Sunday yet again received a standing ovation, and Thom Browne blurred the gender lines.Breton stripes led down to flared denim or leather pants, torso-hugging jumpsuits and a shimmering pleated silken gown with a cape the model waved dramatically.This fashion show was all about the show.One of the models who walked in the 1973 Versailles show, Pat Cleveland, modeled for Zendaya.Piccioli took the '70s trend and crowned it with the most diaphanous jabot collars and silk neck scarves seen all season.PRIVATE SCHOOLLayered, sartorial styles continued the American designer's penchant for gender bending.Bespectacled female models in gray menswear suits with turn-up pants and square coats held stern expressions as they walked past holding black briefcases.The shirt, suit and coat were intentionally tiered at the cuff, producing a chic striped effect.Business pants became preppy shorts that could have come straight out of a private school uniform. The manly gray suits were transformed into a woman's bourgeois gray wool coat with thick bands of fur at the hem.
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