One day after Alessandro Michele, creative director of Gucci, revealed on Instagram that the brand would in future stage only two shows per year, the designer called for a reformulation of the fashion calendar.
Gucci’s creative director Alessandro Michele has announced, via Instagram, that the Italian brand will abandon the official runway season, and will instead stage only two shows per year in for the foreseeable future.
The 26th edition of the Barcelona Fashion Week was due to be held between the end of June and the beginning of July, but has now been postponed to September 14-17, and will be staged in a digital format.
The Italian brand will not participate in the digital fashion week being organised in Paris this July, opting instead for a coed show in September, while preparing a different haute couture project for the summer.
The day after the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana's announcement that it is organising a digital version of Milan Fashion week in July, Giorgio Armani has revealed the calendar for its next runway shows.
Jean Touitou, the founder of cool and quirky Paris brand A.P.C., has issued a long open letter to the fashion industry, defending calling off his Paris runway show in March and calling for a great sense of community.
With June's menswear fashion weeks cancelled, Italy's Camera della Moda has announced the organisation of "Milano Digital Fashion Week" from 14 to 17 July. Paris has planned its own digital event from 9 to 13 July.
We all still remember the fashion show she staged at last June's Pitti Uomo, which featured featured 3,500 guests. This Friday, instead, Carine Roitfeld is organizing an amfAR fashion show of confined models on YouTube.
The house of Saint Laurent announced Monday morning that it will quit the official Paris runway season in September in a shock decision, and revealed that it is planning its own schedule at least for 2020.
This summer’s Milan menswear season may have been cancelled due to the pandemic, but Ermenegildo Zegna is still planning a show – though with a radically new digital format. Alessandro Sartori explains exactly how.
Almost one month after Milan and Paris cancelled their menswear and couture seasons set for this summer, the British Fashion Council has announced it is going ahead with its June season - albeit in a digital format.
Fashion labels are coming up with new strategies to deal with a menswear season that has been hugely compromised by the Covid-19 pandemic, forcing the cancellation of the June trade shows and fashion weeks.