The Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode has confirmed that Paris Males’s Trend Week and Haute Couture Week will nonetheless go forward, nevertheless, there will likely be no invited company this season as a result of Covid-19 restrictions within the nation.
In an e-mail to FashionUnited, the Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode defined that each one reveals and shows would now happen on-line solely, as “public gatherings can’t occur”.
Trend homes will nonetheless be capable to organise stay reveals with fashions, “offering that their occasions happen behind closed doorways”.
As well as, manufacturers will be capable to organise conferences and shows, offering strict coronavirus pointers are revered, with organisers including that that is “topic to a restrict on the variety of folks current on the identical time in a given house”.
At the moment, the French authorities is implementing a nightly curfew in metropolitan France from 8 pm to six am. Whereas outlets and companies at the moment are open, bars, eating places, cinemas, theatres and museums stay closed.
Paris Trend Week and Haute Couture Trend Week to be audience-free this January
Paris Males’s Trend Week runs from January 19 to 24 and the provisional calendar, which to this point solely consists of dates and occasions, not codecs, consists of Louis Vuitton, Rick Owens, Issey Miyake, Dries Van Noten, Dior Homme, Paul Smith, Wales Bonner, Hermes, Vetements, Jil Sander, Thom Browne and Celine.
This will likely be adopted up with Haute Couture Week working from January 25 to 27, with the provisional schedule opening with Schiaparelli, Iris Van Herpen, Christian Dior and Giambattista Valli on the Monday.
Tuesday begins with Chanel and options Stéphane Rolland, Alexandre Vauthier, Giorgio Armani Privé and Valentino. Whereas the ultimate day opens with Maison Margiela, adopted by Elie Saab, Viktor and Rolf, Zuhair Murad, and concludes with Jean Paul Gaultier.
All showcases will likely be featured on the Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode’s on-line platform at www.fhcm.paris.
This follows the information earlier this month that Copenhagen Fashion Week is to go digital-only this February for its autumn/winter 2021 season as a result of extended Covid-19 restrictions in Denmark. Copenhagen Trend Week had hoped that it could be capable to showcase a mix of bodily and digital shows from February 2-5, nevertheless, the Danish authorities strengthened its coronavirus restrictions.
Picture: courtesy of Dior Homme – autumn/winter 2021 by Brett Lloyd