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ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Transparent fabrics, fluid shapes and a smattering of daisies took to the runway at Stella McCartney's ready-to-wear fashion show in Paris on Monday (September 30), as the British designer sought inspiration in easy, airy looks for summer. McCartney is known for an understated approach, and her Spring/Summer 2014 collection unveiled in the ornate setting of the Opera Garnier for Paris Fashion Week did not waver from familiar terrain. As at every show, McCartney's father Paul, was sitting front row. As for the collection, whether light-as-air low-slung trousers, slip dresses that floated or half-transparent skirts, the clothes in neutral shades as well as navy, rust and black were cut away from the body, imparting fluidity and fun. Daisy prints, similarly used in the designer's latest sportswear collection for Adidas unveiled earlier this month in London, took center stage. Coat dresses, bustiers and dresses with plu