Paris Fashion Week will close a month of shows in New York, London and Milan with a packed schedule of runways and events from September 27 to October 5.
Paris’ Haute Couture Week brought back physical shows in July and this September, the womenswear season is ready to follow suit.
There will be a total of 37 live runway shows out of the 92 events planned on the official schedule.
Many industry stalwarts are about to return physically, chief among them Hermès, Chloé, Dior, Givenchy, Chanel and Louis Vuitton.
Although many brands have chosen to come back to a physical runway show to present their Spring-Summer 2022 collections, a few of them are sticking to a digital format.
Whether they’re looking to gain global exposure, diversify their skills sets or just prefer to opt for a risk-free alternative, online presentations still make for an important part of the schedule this season.
Dries Van Noten, Schiaparelli and Maison Margiela are among the ones to choose this framework.