Exciting moment of firsts at the Autumn/Winter 2021 Paris Couture Week

Models appear at a balconiy of Jean Paul Gaultier's fashion house after the presentation of the Autumn/Winter 2021 collection with Sacai. Photo: AP

The couture season returned last week, bringing with it the usual grandeur of runway shows. There were still some designers who opted for digital presentations, but the number of in-person events increased.

It was reported that France saw more physical shows during the initially planned four-day Paris Couture Week than it had in the last 18 months. A cause for celebration indeed, as the industry declares an impending return to normalcy in the country.

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