Paris — Fresh from laying down menswear and couture, Paris sees Schiaparelli’s arrival, Y/Project’s postponed show, Harris Reed’s debut at Nina Ricci and Alexander McQueen’s return for a frenzied fall 2023 women’s fashion show. Preparing for the session, on the tentative schedule announced by the Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode.
From February 27th to March 7th, Paris Fashion Week will feature 67 shows and 40 presentations, which will be broadcast digitally on the federation’s website.
Kicking off the nine-day schedule will be the Institut Français de la Mode’s 2023 MA students, who will kick off the Fall 2023 season at 4pm with their Graduation Collection.
Renowned couture house Schiaparelli will debut the runway with Danielle Rosebery’s ready-to-wear designs on March 2nd at 7pm. The line was on display at the company’s headquarters in Place Vendôme as a presentation.
The American-British designer Reid will make his runway debut as creative director for Nina Ricci on March 3 at 4pm. Las Vegas last December.
Y/Project was originally scheduled to run a show on the men’s schedule on January 18th, but on the final day, it will showcase the latest designs from Glenn Martens, with a 3:30pm show on March 7th. To do.
Returning to Paris for the first time in three years are Alexander McQueen, who has put on several runway shows in New York and London since the pandemic, and Paco Rabanne, who unveiled his Spring 2023 collection at the end of Haute Couture Week in July. . The latter will screen on his March 1st at 5:30pm and the Kering-owned McQueen on his March 4th at 6:30pm.
Latex specialist Arthur Avellano, who has designed liquid-like outfits for the likes of Kim Kardashian and Julia Fox, will join 106 Maisons on the official Paris calendar in fall 2023. Angels recently announced an ambitious strategy that included expanding its womenswear category.
As for Pierre Cardin’s house, it is currently creatively led by Cardin’s nephew, Rodrigo Basilicati Cardin, with the allotted location on March 5th at 6:30pm.
Four labels will make their first scheduled presentations in the Fall 2023 session.
Among them is Irish designer Roisin Pearce, finalist of the 2022 LVMH Prize and winner of the 2019 Yale International Fashion, Photography and Fashion Accessories Festival.
A graduate of the textile design program at the National College of Art and Design in Dublin, Pearce uses routing techniques inspired by local craftsmanship, and “Leave the fabrics to the guide.” [her]'” she told WWD during the fashion contest. Her stark white palette nods to the history of Irish women.
Designer Niccolò Pasqualetti, an alumnus of The Row, Loewe and Alighieri, will show on February 27th. His androgynous design, underpinned by a sustainable and artisanal approach, earned him a spot in last year’s LVMH Prize semi-finals and caught the attention of retailers like Ssense, Machine and more. -A, Broken Arm and Dover Street Market Ginza.
They will also be joined on the presentation calendar by another former semi-finalist, London-based Chinese designer Chen Peng. Chen Peng wins his first ever Yu Prize, and the March 4th show expands on the unisex world recently seen in the e-tailer 24s capsule. British designer Margaret Howell has built her reputation on sophisticated, sophisticated products that convey lightness and quiet luxury, but she’s set to strait for her show in Paris on March 5th. cross the
According to the French fashion federation, the final version of the calendar will be released the week of February 6th.