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Women Winter Clothing
At this time, and almost all over the world, fashion is something very important, because many important events to attend, let alone you are a public relations or business. I believe in every event you'll want to look perfect, so that others trust and respect.
If you are a woman, what clothes to wear in winter? Of course you will choose which clothes suitable for use in the winter, want to wear a jacket or the other? You confused than you better look at some examples of winter clothes following.

The extraordinary Marc Jacobs brought it home again. He ended the season at Louis Vuitton with a triumphant show to end the Paris Fashion Week. He chose as inspiration (as he did in New York), the glamourous eighties. The pieces were ruffled and poufed with a slice of bling bling. A lot of shirring and ruching in print or in leather appeared on the runway. Also various forms of bubble skirts, satin leggings and wide short coats were contemporary. In total there were more than 60 outfits presented, which is very respectable when one considers that a Louis Vuitton collection by Marc Jacobs isn´t all of clothing!
Actually the show was a big flood of details and a rich accessory feast for the leather goods company. Plaited leather necklaces or belts threaded with pearls here, raced and ribboned over the knee tight leather boots there. And of course Handbags! Lets not forget handbags. Finally they are getting a little smaller, which doesn´t mean that they stop attracting attention. Marc Jacobs really outdid himself this time and created some very eye-catching new ‚girls-best-friends‘. A few of the bags are decorated with ornaments while others were flounced very nicely. I especially liked the solution with the golden bicycle chain, because this one doesn´t take itself too seriously. Don‘t forget to oil it ladies!

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A model presents an ensemble by French fashion designer Christophe Decarnin for Balmain, during the presentation of his Spring-Summer 2007 ready to wear collection in Paris, Sunday Oct. 1, 2006.


The Paris ready-to-wear shows kicked off today with the French fashion industry's leading official saying he did not believe organisers should ban the use of models considered underweight.
Didier Grumbach, head of the Chambre Syndicale - the body that governs French fashion - said he did not plan to follow in the footsteps of Spanish authorities in setting guidelines for the minimum weight of models who appear on the catwalks.
"I think it's a non-issue. You don't solve public health problems by regulating the size of models," he said. "You know, fashion is only the reflection of what is happening in society. It is not the cause."
France's health ministry recently announced it was setting up a working group on body image, with the aim of establishing a charter with advertisers banning the use of excessively thin models. Grumbach said he did not plan to take part in the government talks.
"I honestly think we are not responsible for health problems," he said. "Let the Health Ministry take care of health problems, and let fashion designers choose models according to their taste."
French designer Christophe Decarnin was certainly not in the mood to buck the prevailing appetite for ultra-thin models.
His spring-summer collection for Balmain focused on ultra-short dresses that reflected this season's revival of body-conscious dressing, as epitomised by Azzedine Alaia and Gianni Versace in the 1980s.
Though only in his second season at the house, Decarnin made a splash by dressing French actress Audrey Tautou and American director Sofia Coppola at the Cannes film festival in May. The young Hollywood set should snap up his latest skimpy creations.
Australian model Gemma Ward, whose "alien" look has been a major fashion influence in the past two years, paraded in a thigh-skimming strapless dress in pleated olive chiffon that was fit for a modern-day Athena.
Grecian influences abounded, from the sunray pleating of a white chiffon dress to the multi-strapped leather platform sandals.
Military influences came in the shape of cropped khaki cargo pants and distressed T-shirts riddled with little holes - much like the one front row guest Lenny Kravitz was wearing.
"I think Paris is an incredibly inspiring city, so that's why I'm spending a lot of time here," said the rocker, who was taking in the show with his daughter Zoe.
For many fashion editors, too, Paris is the highlight of the monthlong ready-to-wear collections, which have already steamed through New York, London and Milan.
The French capital is unique in allowing commercial juggernauts such as Christian Dior and Chanel to coexist with conceptual designers such as Martin Margiela and Yohji Yamamoto. Paris also has a history of defying prevailing ideals of beauty.
British designer John Galliano shocked fashion editors last year by showing his creations on giants, identical twins, fat women, old men and dwarves, in what some observers described as a "freak show".
French designer Jean Paul Gaultier, who this week celebrates 30 years in business, has been known to pluck his idiosyncratic models straight from the streets.
With more than 80 shows spread over eight days, the Paris show schedule this season is as packed as ever. Grumbach said an abundance of new names reflected the health of the sector.
"There has never been such strong interest in new brands and what is more interesting still is that they are not folding," he said. "It simply reflects world growth, which has been obvious in the last few years, and which is being felt in fashion."

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