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See how brands engage their audience for Paris Fashion Week
Paris Fashion Week always creates a buzz in the fashion industry and brands take it to social to join in on the conversation too. Here is a compilation of successful social media posts from the past.
Watch to discover how the scarves that appeared throughout the #DiorAW20 show from Maria Grazia Chiuri - discoverable https://t.co/smich7hweF - were inspired by archival designs and precision-printed inside fil coupé jacquard as perfect examples of modern #DiorSavoirFaire.#PFW pic.twitter.com/O8w1hwQPJc— Dior (@Dior) February 29, 2020
A blush tulle dress with red embroidery. The embroidery is inspired by Welsh folklore and traditional red work and includes an otter, acorns, butterflies, nettle, a pansy, thyme, a hen, salmon, a starling and a sheep.#McQueenAW20#PFW pic.twitter.com/FgDDTKN8Oh— Alexander McQueen (@McQueen) March 3, 2020
See inside the hushed world of the atelier to discover some of the #DiorSavoirFaire behind the #DiorAW20 collection by Maria Grazia Chiuri - discoverable https://t.co/smich6ZVn7 - as airy eveningwear is trimmed with floral embroideries, fringe and rows of mini pompoms.#PFW pic.twitter.com/WDyADJRGXI— Dior (@Dior) February 29, 2020
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