Paris Men’s Fashion Week with 70 brands present
The French men’s fashion show season debuts on Tuesday to last six days, displaying an exceptional billboard with nearly 70 participating brands, although we won’t see a physical show in Paris either, due to strict lockdown rules. to organize meetings and presentations, respecting the limit of the number of people present at the same time in a given space ”, points out Pascal Morand. “In France we are still under the influence of health measures, it should not be forgotten. It is a decision that comes from the Government and the Prefecture and we will respect it, of course ”. “This complicates things enormously, but we don’t intend to give up. We have an ultramodern platform, which allows you to discover all the collections online. We are ready ”, assures Pascal Morand. The organizers of Paris Fashion Week had already published their impressive official calendars, which testify to the desire of numerous fashion companies to present their new collections in the French capital. The men’s fashion season will run from Tuesday 19th January to Sunday 24th January, while the Haute Couture season will take place from Monday 25th January to Thursday 28th January. A total of 71 brands are featured on the men’s fashion calendar, including big houses like Louis Vuitton, Dior and Hermès, but also influential designer labels like Yohji Yamamoto, Rick Owens, Dries Van Noten, Vetements, Paul Smith, Loewe and Thom Browne . The high fashion calendar foresees the presence of 32 fashion houses, including Chanel, Armani Privé and Jean Paul Gaultier.