Next The Paris Menswear Season of the month, when the interim calendar was announced on Friday, will feature 39 shows in 72 brand seasons.
Menswear Week in Paris will feature the names of five fresh designers on its official calendar. CourregesIs a retrofuturist French house currently enjoying revival under the new creative director Nicholas De Felice.
Scheduled to be held for 6 days from June 22 (Tuesday) to June 27 (Sunday) Welsh Bonner, London’s young talent is generally considered the most important new British tailor in the last decade.
Four other emerging brands have won the coveted place on the calendar for presentations. Georges Wendell Paris, from France. Gravalot, from the UK. Jan Jan Van Essche From Belgium, Saturday from Canada.
However, the Paris Haute Couture et de la Mode manages all runway seasons in Paris, but emphasized that the exact format of many shows has not yet been determined.
The federation said, “The format will be specified when the final calendar is published.” Whether these are ultimately live videos, physical events, closed catwalks, or a combination of all three will probably be decided by the individual house in the coming weeks.
On May 19, France carefully escaped from its second major blockade and reopened its cafe terraces, boutiques and department stores. However, France has also recently introduced restrictions on travelers from the United Kingdom due to the spread of the new coronavirus in India.
In addition, six major players will be excluded this season. Givenchy, Comme des Garcons, Junya Watanabe, Saint Laurent, Ami, Balenciaga.But Demna GvasaliaDesigner BalenciagaPlans to return the Maison to couture during the French haute couture season, scheduled for July 5-8.
However, the menswear season in the French capital still boasts some large global brands and exciting designers like Louis. Louis vuitton, Dior Men, Hermes, Loewe, Issey Miyake, Yohji Yamamoto, JW Anderson, Dries van Noten, Vetements.
Paris has also been successful in preventing bleeding during the menswear season compared to London and Milan in early June. As reported, it is expected that there will only be four actual live runway shows in Milan during the Italian menswear season in June.
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