From Chanel to Valentino: Paris Haute Couture Week Will Be Available To The Public For The First Time
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode has made its Haute Couture Fashion Week exclusively online.
The French Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode has officially launched its dedicated online platform for Paris Haute Couture Week, which will run July 6- 8, and unveiled its schedule. For the first time ever, the shows of the week will be open to everyone… or nearly everyone. Here are a few tips on how to follow what amounts to a most unusual fashion event.
The imposing fringed headpiece at Georges Hobeika’s show in Paris, on Jan 20, 202
This season will be different. You won’t be striding out in your most original outfit in an attempt to attend presentations by major fashion houses, there will be no loitering behind security barriers in the hopes of catching a glimpse of your favourite fashion icons. Pyjamas or an old tracksuit will be enough to be suitably attired to see some of the most eagerly awaited shows on the planet and to browse through online content.
Dior women’s spring/summer 2021 Haute Couture collection fashion show in Paris, on Jan 20, 2020. (Image: Francois Guillot/AFP)
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