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Hermès goes subtly radical, as the CGT protest outside

Hermès goes subtly radical, as the CGT protest outside

Hermès called its latest menswear collection "Radical," which it was, though subtly so with a capital "S." Véronique Nichanian stuck closely to the brand's DNA, but chose details that made a truly special collection.
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Jacquemus wafts a summer breeze through the heart of winter

Jacquemus wafts a summer breeze through the heart of winter

It was linen – perhaps the most summery material of them all – that the designer chose as his base for a fresh and ultra-sexy winter runway, starring top model Laetitia Casta, at Paris Fashion Week Men's on Saturday. 
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Vetements dives into the dark

Having lost iconic designer Demna Gvasalia, the anti-establishment street-couture label sent out a host of celebrity lookalikes at its show at Paris Fashion Week Men's on Friday, with "Kate Moss" taking a starring role.
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Men and women share a wardrobe at Juun.J and Officine Générale

Whether in the spirit of gender neutrality or as a sexy twist, the collections unveiled at Paris Fashion Week Men's this week presented an increasing number of similarities between men's and womenswear. 
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Design

Designer hopes green lingerie takes off

Designer hopes green lingerie takes off

Eco-friendly lingerie brands are gaining ground in the fashion industry as environmental concerns encourage more and more companies to explore sustainable methods.
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Industry
Jean-Paul Gaultier announces that next couture show will be his last

Jean-Paul Gaultier announces that next couture show will be his last

In a short video published on his social media channels, designer Jean-Paul Gaultier has announced that his next couture show, scheduled for 22 January, will be "the last," and also promised the launch of a new concept. 
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Fashion king Kenzo on his exit from retirement for one final fling

He could be sipping cocktails in his silk slippers yet fashion legend Kenzo is back at the age of 80, throwing himself into the world of interior design Friday with the launch of his new brand, K3.
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Design

Gap announces collaboration with US brand Telfar

US-based apparel and lifestyle brand Gap has announced a partnership with unisex brand Telfar and will unveil more in the coming months.
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