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Line Dancing

Around the globe there was a lot of movement on the S/S 2010 Fashion Week runways – and we’re not referring to the kind that happens in the queue to get in. Hemlines seemed to become shorter and more revealing as necklines climbed higher in a nod to modesty. The ‘inverted V’ cut was favoured at Fendi, Lanvin and Elie Saab, amongst others; Sass & Bide and Prada opted for near-chin-hugging necklines; and Karl Lagerfeld’s high-collared monochromatic shirts and cravats were so emulate of his personal dress sense we wouldn’t be surprised to catch him wearing one of his catwalk creations out and about!

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