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At the end of the three-nations menswear marathon through London, Milan and Paris, it felt appropriate that Kenzo showed its latest collection in a circus, and in the round. Because with all its flashy showmanship, juggling acts and razzle-dazzle, fashion feels like a circus sometimes; and we often see the same ideas go around, and around.

Mwah! Meet the heir to the world's biggest fashion firm

Bernard Arnault, the billionaire at the helm of the world's biggest luxury goods company, LVMH, yesterday gave the clearest signal yet that he is grooming his daughter Delphine to succeed him when he retires.

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