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Fashion Week

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Stella McCartney SS15
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Stella McCartney SS15

Minimal daywear blends into vibrant jigsaw puzzle and koi fish print organza dresses, with an energetic soundtrack to rouse even the most hungover of Paris partygoers

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Céline SS15

Phoebe Philo shakes things up with a decidedly tactile collection, a heavy dose of florals and a Kate Bush soundtrack

Chloé SS15, womenswear, Dazed backstage
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Chloé SS15

Clare Waight Keller pays tribute to late Chloé founder Gaby Aghion in a folkloric collection complete with 'Wicker Man' and Woodstock vibes

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Kenzo SS15

Inside a Parisian skatepark complete with a digital avatar called Knola, Humberto Leon and Carol Lim present their vision for the future

Dazed Backstage at Jean Paul Gaultier SS15
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Jean Paul Gaultier SS15

Gone but not forgotten: Jean Paul Gaultier says goodbye to ready-to-wear with a celebratory beauty pageant extravaganza and retrospective collection

Vivienne Westwood Gold Label SS15, Dazed backstage
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Vivienne Westwood SS15

With smudged, doll-like make up and a soundtrack of thunder and lightning, the British provocateur takes us on a punk Edwardian time-warp

Acne Studios SS15 Paris Nigel Pacquette
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Acne SS15

Kitting out the girl who's always on the go – with abstract porno prints and shirts unbuttoned to the navel adding a dash of the erotic

Junya Watanabe SS15, womenswear, Dazed
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Junya Watanabe SS15

Space age plastic fishbowl headpieces, mouths sealed by tape and futurist paintings come to life in PVC – Watanabe brings the conceptual back to Paris

Backstage at Haider Ackermann SS15 Dazed
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Haider Ackermann SS15

Otherworldly seduction: the Columbian designer spawns a show-stopping collection of flesh-tone silks, backless knitwear and come-undone tailoring

Backstage at Yohji Yamamoto SS15 Dazed
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Yohji Yamamoto SS15

“There is not much to be said for exposing the flesh as if in some blatant offering”: Yamamoto plays a game of conceal and reveal – the skin on show leaving the mind to wander