A Neo-Renaissance haven, the Palais Galliera, City of Paris Fashion Museum, offered a majestic backdrop for Virginie Viard's Chanel Fall-Winter 2021/22 Haute Couture show.
Inspired by French painting, the collection showcased looks that were a rage back in the 1930s.
IMAGE: Actress Margaret Qualley throws a bouquet at the crowd while walking the runway.
Dressed in a lovely pale pink structured gown with full sleeves, her look was rounded off with a multi-colour sequinned veil and a hat.
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IMAGE: A model wears a multi-colour tweed jacket with a trapeze skirt.
IMAGE: This model is dressed in an all-white suit, paired with a dazzling sequinned scarf.
IMAGE: The wonderful play of black and white makes this look a standout.
IMAGE: Designer Virginie Viard used pastel pinks and blues, along with lovely shades of buttercup yellow, peony red and iris purple.
IMAGE: French artist Berthe Morisot was the inspiration behind the black satin ribbons attached to the models' mohawk braids.
IMAGE: Minimalistic yet extraordinary, the collection gave a glimpse of what one should expect from haute couture in the post-pandemic era.