The first major day of Paris Fashion Week ready-to-wear shows saw spectators thrust from the 60s futurism of Courreges to the eclectic styles of John Galliano - as Belgian master Dries

Van Noten got indulgent.


It was the sophomore outing for the revamped house of Andre Courreges - the influential French designer who gained global fame in the 1960s for his streamlined aesthetic and futurism.

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