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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Rick Owens
The perennial standoff between cutting-edge designers who keep pushing men to get in touch with their feminine side and throw open their wardrobes to the skirt and reluctant male consumers worldwide flared up again on Thursday in Paris, with a man skirt and man dress-heavy collection from Rick Owens and silky, shiny offerings from Dries Van Noten.
Wallflowers and those in the market for business casual, look elsewhere. Boldness was in the air at Paris' spring-summer 2011 ready-to-wear shows on Thursday, as designers here delivered over-the-top looks for those whose entrances are always grand and for the happy few who live in the glow of paparazzi's flashbulbs.
Fashion designer Rick Owens acknowledges applause from the audience after his ready-to-wear fall/winter 2014-2015 fashion collection presented in Paris, Thursday, Feb.27, 2014.
Owens said thec ollection was a celebration of his favorite things _ by the applause he got, it seems he's not alone.