After the men’s fashion week in Paris, discover the Haute Couture collections of the most beautiful houses, from Monday July 4 to 7, 2022.
Paris Fashion Week will be back to back with Haute Couture shows next week, for 4 days for the presentation of its Fall-Winter 2023 collections.
27 physical shows and two physical presentations will be held and this year, influenced by the two-year health crisis, all houses are planning an online broadcast, in addition to the physical show.
The Federation of Haute Couture and Fashion has unveiled the program as follows:
Monday, Schiaparelli opens the show at 10am, followed by Iris Van Herpen (12pm) and Georges Hobeika (1pm). The Christian Dior show will take place at 2:30 pm, followed by Christophe Josse (4 pm), Rahul Mishra (5 pm), Maison Rabih Kayrouz and finally Giambattista Valli (7:30 pm).
On Tuesday, Chanel starts the day at 10am, then it will be Alexis Mabille‘s turn to present his collection. Then comes Stéphane Rolland (2:30 pm), Julien Fournié (3:30 pm), then Alexandre Vauthier (4:30 pm), RVDK Ronald Van Der Kemp (6 pm) and finally, Giorgio Armani Privé at 7 pm.
On Wednesday, Franck Sorbier starts at 11am, followed by Balenciaga at 12pm, then Elie Saab (1:30pm), Viktor & Rolf (4pm), Zuhair Murad (5pm), Jean Paul Gaultier by Olivier Rousteing (6pm) and the day will close with Maison Margiela, at 8pm.
For the last day of fashion shows, Aelis will do the show at 10am, followed by Yuima Nakazato (11am), then Julie de Libran (12pm). Elected guest member by the Federation of Haute-Couture and Fashion (FHCM) in January 2020, Cameroonian designer Imane Ayissi will show at 1pm, followed by Fendi Couture (2:30pm). Juana Martín, the first Spanish designer invited on the calendar of the Parisian Haute Couture Week will show at 5 pm and Adeline André will close this fashion week with her show at 6 pm.
In addition, Paco Rabanne, Patou and Alaïa will unveil their women’s ready-to-wear collections on Sunday July 3 at 4:30 pm, 6 pm and 8 pm respectively.
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