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Over in Paris, knitwear takes on a dystopian, futuristic feel at Anrelage where patterns were reminiscent of circuitry and electronic interference.  The models appeared behind screens and some were shrouded in a special plastic designed to better highlight certain textural effects.  The soft shapes were generally boxy.  Trousers were cropped and wide and shoulders exaggerated with padding.  Some shapes were skewed - not quite asymmetrical but lopsided - and texture was evident everywhere: from the the slightly dangerous looking, sharp ridges running down the sleeves to the spiked, scalloped hems of the dress and skirts.  Everything was rendered in muted colour tones of grey and black but set off by the most covetable sparkly booties.

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