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In an homage to late fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli, whose career was put front and center by the Met's Costume Institute last spring along with Miuccia Prada, Christian LaCroix has designed a one-time capsule collection inspired by her work to kick off Paris' couture week. The collection, which was displayed at the Musee des Arts Decoratifs, has been heavily covered—where else?—on Twitter since its debut hours ago. The Guardian has already tweeted a lengthy review, Vogue UK has got the slideshow. Check out some of our favorite Twitter pics of the collection in the gallery above.—Laura Gurfein
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