Pandemic or not, the ultimate expression of luxury in fashion, the Paris haute couture season, will debut digitally Monday with almost 30 houses vying for the attention of the world’s most expensively dressed women.
Alber Elbaz's AZ Factory, Charles de Vilmorin and Sterling Ruby are the three latest brands to be invited by France's Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture to show their collections from 25 to 28 January.
Day two of Paris haute couture featured 11 brands on the calendar, opening with gutsy retro chic by Chanel, but most couturiers, with far less resources, showed contemplative clothes, created quietly during confinement.
Rahul Mishra, Julie de Libran (ex-creative director of Sonia Rykiel) and Imane Ayissi have joined the official calendar of the Paris Haute Couture week for next January, while Bouchra Jarrar will make her comeback.
The Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture invited Sofia Crociani’s label Aelis and Ralph Rucci’s label RR331 to take part in the upcoming Paris haute couture fashion week which will be held from June 30 to July 4.