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The Streets Are Alive Again at #PMFW

With physical shows returning to the Paris fashion week schedule after more than a year, the fashion set painted the streets in a riot of colours, bold prints, and statement accessories.

The streets of fashion’s capitals around the world fell silent when Miss Rona began sweeping through the globe last year. A full trip around the sun later, the streets have officially come back alive as brands eased back into presentations with a live audience for the Spring/Summer ’22 menswear shows. A return to a semblance of normalcy we can all collectively welcome with open arms.

Street style is a thing again. And this season, the outfits were a riot of colours, bold prints, and statement accessories. You bet the street style set was out to play after being cooped up indoors for more than a year. The clothes were as joyous as the mood in the air. Even if we weren’t there in the flesh, scrolling through the galleries online brought back our fond memories of fashion week. We felt the fashion week rush again, albeit secondhand.

We’ve put together our favourite looks in the gallery above. It’s (almost) back to regular programming, folks!

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