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The first few days of Paris have likely been a bit of a palette cleanser for the fashion crowd, with long lines of all black, gothic-inspired looks
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The first few days of Paris have likely been a bit of a palette cleanser for the fashion crowd, with long lines of all black, gothic-inspired looks
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The first few days of Paris have likely been a bit of a palette cleanser for the fashion crowd, with long lines of all black, gothic-inspired looks which diametrically oppose many of the popular trends so far in the fall 2012 collections, namely the all-over print. The city is home to its fair share of traditionally subdued and ominous labels like Ann Demeulemeester and Rick Owens, not to mention that Paris and black go together like a horse and carriage. But we can't ignore all the other sinister looks that have appeared in Paris this season. Our favorite?

The invisible woman from A.F. Vandevorst, of course.