Sure, the Paris Fashion Week runway shows were glamorous. But the more vibrant costumes were found out in the urban wild.
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Paris Fashion Week returned to its impeccably attired in-person best this year. Sure, there were great runway shows. But the really colorful action was out on the Parisian streets.
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