Marine Serre and Fursac join Paris Fashion Week Men's official lineup
The Chambre Syndicale de la Mode Masculine has just released the official calendar of Paris Fashion Week Men’s for the Spring/Summer 2023 season. This long-awaited week will take place from June 21 to 26, 2022.
Some 84 brands are listed on this season's official calendar. A total of 39 shows and 37 physical presentations are on the agenda, with eight of them taking place exclusively in digital format including the Korean label Juun.J, Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto and Chinese designer Sean Suen.
Fashion week regulars, such as Hermès, Dior Men, Loewe and Y/Project have opted for both physical and digital shows. South African designer Lukhanyo Mdingi will kick off the week-long event on Tuesday, June 21, just as he did last winter. The first day will also unveil collections by Bluemarble, Egonlab and Etudes.
Wednesday will present the Givenchy show, as well as Walter Van Beirendonck physical return and American Rhude's collection, whose founder Rhuigi Villaseñor was recently named creative director of Bally.
Louis Vuitton, which has not yet announced the late Virgil Abloh's successor, will unveil its collection on Thursday at 2:30 p.m. American designer Amiri will make his Parisian debut at 4:30 pm while AMI will be closing the day. On Friday, Junya Watanabe returns to Paris along with Comme des Garçons Homme Plus. Dior will parade at 2:30 pm and Kidsuper, which last season held a digital show, will wrap up the day.
On Saturday, Hermès, Loewe, Casablanca and Craig Green will be showcasing their collections. Finally, to conclude this week, Kenzo will open the day on Sunday during which Namacheko, Woozoungmi and Thom Browne will parade down the catwalk. It is worth noting that the 8 p.m. slot remains reserved, hinting at a special project to close this edition.
This summer season has six new entrants who will parade or present their collection in person. Marine Serre, who usually stages her runway shows during the women's Paris Fashion Week, will conclude the day on Saturday. British designer Kiko Kostadinov and Swedish label Lazoschmidl will parade on Sunda, while Chinese label Feng Chen Wang and French labels Fursac and Jeanne Friot will be holding presentations this season.
Fashion brands Andrea Crews, Uniforme, Jil Sander, GmbH, Avellano, Henrik Vibskov, Sacaï, White Mountaineering and Wales Bonner will not be participating this season.
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