Hits and Misses: Paris Fashion Week Fall 2021

That’s a wrap. The Paris Fashion Week Fall 2021 presentations are history. Even in the midst of a pandemic, designers clearly managed to pull out all the stops in the French capital.

Marine Serre kicked things off with a lookbook celebrating human connection. Gabriela Hearst focused on sustainability for her Chloe debut creating looks made from recycled and organic materials. Nicolas Di Felice also made his debut at Courrèges reinterpreting the French fashion house’s signature vinyl silhouettes. Meanwhile, Rick Owens gave us superhero-like capes and masks.

Over at Coperni guests watched the show from the comfort of their cars. Chanel’s models sported cold-weather essentials, like tweed coats and faux fur boots. Miuccia Prada transported us to the Alps to present her latest Miu Miu collection. While Nicolas Ghesquière closed out the week with a mythology-inspired collection for Louis Vuitton.

Here are all the hits and misses of Paris Fashion Week Fall 2021. At least according to our totally unfiltered forum members.

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