After two primarily virtual editions of the fashion week due to the pandemic, designers made a triumphant return with eye-catching themes.
While many brands are optimistic of a return to the events usually attended by buyers, editors and celebrities, digital presentations, which have opened up fashion week to a wider audience, are likely to stay on.
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The show has brought down the curtain on Milan fashion week, which has hosted a mix of physical and virtual catwalks for its first edition since coronavirus restrictions.
Jones’ first Fendi collection will be ready-to-wear shown during the fall-winter 2021-2022 fashion week in February.
"This event will be structured around a dedicated platform," the Federation de la Haute Couture et de la Mode said in a statement. "Each house will be represented in the form of a creative film/video."
Organisers say they expect attendance "to be significantly reduced" due to the travel restrictions imposed as a result of the outbreak and added they will be carrying out "deep cleans" every evening at the event's central London hub.
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