Paris-ALSHARQIYA January 11: This January, the French capital will witness two weeks of fashion, one devoted to men's fashion and the second to high-end tailoring.
The French High Tailoring and Fashion Federation has revealed its decision regarding the dates of the fashion weeks, which are expected to take place this January. The final decision in this regard was reached after intensive talks with the French police in light of the continued health restrictions imposed by the French government.
Pascal Moran, the executive director of this association, announced that Fashion Weeks will not be canceled, but that they will be presented in the default form, as a result of preventing gatherings. He revealed that fashion houses can use models and models to organize events that are broadcast directly on their sites and social media, provided that they are held without an audience.
Men's Fashion Week is expected to start on January 19 and will continue until January 24, and the High-end Tailoring Week for Spring / Summer 2021 will start on January 25 and will continue until January 28. A calendar for the men's shows was revealed, which includes 71 names,
These include French fashion houses such as Louis Vuitton, Dior Homme, and Hermes in addition to foreign brands including Yohji Yamamoto, Rick Owens, Dries Van Noten, Paul Smith and Loewe. The high-end tailoring calendar is attended by 32 fashion houses, including Chanel, Armani Prive, and Jean Paul Gaultier. .
After the fashion weeks that will be witnessed this month, the next date in the calendar of French Fashion Weeks will be on March 9, the date of presenting women's ready-to-wear collections. Will it also be hypothetical, or will reviewing Covid-19 infection numbers allow presentations to take place directly and in the presence of the audience?