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John Galliano's collection for Dior celebrated the sensual silhouettes of the 1950s in a vivid palette of emerald green, peacock blue and ruby red.

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John Galliano’s collection for Dior

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Armani Prive's glam, space-age-inspired collection featured sleek separates in silky metallic fabrics topped with spherical headgear by famed British milliner Philip Treacy.

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Armani Prive

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True to the designer's fun-loving punk attitude, Jean Paul Gaultier's spirited show featured a turn by an authentic can-can dancer sporting a Mohawk.

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At Valentino, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli showed ultra-feminine looks, including blush-toned ruffles and dresses in the label's signature shade of red.

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Valentino

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