Paris fashion house AMI has revealed plans to stage a physical runway show in Paris in the upcoming season, the latest independent fashion brand to confirm it will stage a live catwalk event in the next Paris season.
Fashion Week Istanbul is planning an entirely digital season this autumn - five days scheduled to take place between October 12 and 16; and the latest catwalk week to be staged fully on the web due to the pandemic.
In accordance with the measures imposed by the governor of New York due to the Covid-19 pandemic, only 50 spectators will be allowed at open-air runways, while indoor shows will essentially be closed events.
Pierpaolo Piccioli took Valentino haute couture home to Rome on Tuesday and into a giant sound studio in the city’s legendary film studios the better to capture the grandeur of a very particular collection and moment.
Organizers in Paris have yet confirmed whether they will stage actual physical runway season this fall, but one French designer – Christelle Kocher - is certainly planning to go ahead with a runway show.
The last day of Milan’s digital fashion week exhibited a broad spectrum of Italian creativity, from the performances of established big-name houses to the idiosyncratic perspectives of up-and-coming labels.
Live fashion finally returned to France on Thursday when Simon Porte Jacquemus staged a rather wondrous show where a beautiful cast marched through a giant field of bearded wheat in the Val-d’Oise, northwest of Paris.