37 Shows Complete Paris Fashion Week 2021

These are all physical shows, such as Saint Laurent, Gucci, Celine, and Dior.

The Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode, the event's organizing body, announced Tuesday that ninety-two brands plan to stage runway shows, presentations, or digital collection reveals during Paris women's ready-to-wear week, which runs from Sept. 27 to Oct. 5.

Balenciaga is set to return to the Paris schedule, becoming the first of Kering's major brands to do so after showing outside of organized fashion weeks since the outbreak began. Rick Owens, who recently staged his shows on the Venice Lido, and Rome-based Valentino, which has remained in Italy in recent seasons due to coronavirus concerns, are among those planning to return to Paris.

Dior, Louis Vuitton, Loewe, and Givenchy are among the LVMH brands showing, though Hedi Slimane's Celine is missing from the list.

Shows by star designer Raf Simons and emerging Paris label Ludovic de Saint Sernin (both of whom usually show during menswear week), as well as Paul Smith, Botter, and Shang Xia, the Chinese luxury start-up backed by Italy's Agnelli family and Hermès) have been added to the calendar.

AZ Factory, the Richemont-owned new label founded by the late designer Alber Elbaz and launched in January, will pay tribute to its founder, who died in April just months after unveiling the brand's first collection.

The week will feature 37 physical runway shows and 32 physical presentations, with the remaining events either undecided or scheduled to take place exclusively online.

Krees De Guia

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