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BEIRUT: Every review and round-up article coming out of Paris' haute couture fashion week, which came to a close Friday, contained an obligatory aside: No one can actually afford this.Haute couture has about 2,000 buyers worldwide – that's about 0.000028 percent of the global population. The fantasy of couture is not only in the price tag. Chakra knows that. He also knows couture is make-believe. Rather than being stuck in the past, Lebanese designers seem to be some of the most in tune to the cult of fantasy that underpins haute couture.The untouchable fantasy of high fashion, especially couture, is the reason why so many famous designers started in the first place.Yes, couture is all fantasy.
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