Back in the old days, music was recorded on vinyl discs. After the first play, the record would never sound the same.
That's because to reap the bounty from this pristine semi-hard plastic disc, one had to violate it with a very sharp needle.
You now understand the cleverness of the record label that called itself Virgin Records.
So, to preserve the experience of that once only first play, the smart music connoisseur would record that virginal experience onto what is called a cassette.
Likewise, the heads-up consumer of fancy French clothes for kids needs this to record the first wear:
Because, as beautifully designed and carefully crafted the clothes might be, ultimately (and universally) this is what you're putting into that preciously cute outfit: