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Armani spins harlequin patterns into ballgowns for haute couture lineup in Paris

Giorgio Armani took to the haute couture catwalk in Paris Tuesday with evening wear spun from a traditional, diamond-patterned harlequin motif in pale pastels....

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The arrival of a new year is the perfect reason to throw that old fashion rule book out the window and embrace change where your wardrobe is concerned. We’ve rounded up three of our favourite must-try trends that we’re bound to see a whole lot more of both on and off the runway.

If you’re daring enough, step outside your comfort zone and give them a go.

If denim is your go-to material, there’s no need to reluctantly stuff it in the back of your closet when the weather gets warmer. Denim shorts, dresses, skirts, jackets and ripped jeans are still in style despite the summer heat – and when worn correctly, can be just as cool as any other outfit.

Dior’s new collection by Maria Grazia Chiuri is dramatic and daring, with satin and tulle creating bold texture and tones of black, grey and cream merging to make edgy, contemporary pieces. Ruffles and glittering embellishments add a fairytale spin to this fashion-forward collection, which also features strong suiting for the modern woman.