Physical Shows Dominate Upcoming Paris Men’s Week – WWD

PARIS – Louis Vuitton will be holding not one but two shows – at 2:30pm and 6:30pm on January 20th – in the near future Paris Fashion Week for the menswear collection in fall 2022, where the majority of the season’s 77 events will be physical.

The final calendar published today by the Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode also reveals two notable dropouts: Vtmnts and Amiri, both of whom debuted on schedule this season.

Rick Owens, Hermès, Dior, Ami and Y/Project will be among 17 physical shows taking place from January 18 to January 23, as will newcomers Bianca Saunders, Egonlab and Rains.

Other familiar names to join the runway are Jil Sander, Lemaire, Loewe, Wooyoungmi, Bluemarble and Kenzo, for the debut collection of new art director Nigo.

Presentations take the lion’s share, with 29 brands – Courrèges, Casablanca and Issey Miyake – choosing this format to invite buyers and press who will be coming to town for an appointment, bringing the total number of physical events. up 46.

More than 30 homes have chosen to remain digital-only, including Japanese label Sacai, which has not been shown in Paris since the pandemic began. Chitose Abe’s agency will be back with a digital show on January 23 at 5:30pm

Due to a couple outing with Louis Vuitton on January 20th, Dries van Noten moved the digital presentation of his collection to 7:30pm on January 21st.

Only Yohji Yamamoto did not clarify whether its performance had a material component at the time of publication.

As with previous phygital seasons, all events will continue to be shown on the league’s digital platforms, through live streaming or the release of fashion films and other creative formats.

This comes as the Paris-based Man/Woman trade show yesterday announced it would drop its January edition, due to a surge in coronavirus cases in the country, with a record 400,000 positive tests on the 3rd. January.

Meanwhile, the French National Assembly, the lower house, has passed legislation approving vaccine cards, making it mandatory to present proof of vaccination – not just a negative COVID-19 test – in order to access locations. public places and means of transport.


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