After two challenging seasons with very few in-person fashion shows, Tom Ford, chairman of the Council of Fashion Designers, is looking forward to a “significant return to live shows.”
In a statement Monday, Ford said this season’s shows in September will be an opportunity “to reaffirm the resilience and independence of American fashion and New York City as a global fashion force.”
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As reported last month, several designers said they would be having a live show in September, such as Gabriela Hearst, Pyer Moss, Markarian and Jonathan Simkhai. Others such as Ralph Lauren, Marc Jacobs, Prabal Gurung and Michael Kors hadn’t made up their minds yet. Tommy Hilfiger is not going back on the calendar for NYFW, as reported.
Jason Wu was one of the few designers to hold live fashion shows the past two seasons. He hadn’t decided on the format for September yet. Rebecca Minkoff, who has also held live “buy now, wear now” events, is planning a live event in September.
As France gradually lifts pandemic-related restrictions, the next edition of Paris Fashion Week for men’s wear has been cleared for physical shows and presentations. The men’s shows are scheduled for June 22 to 27.
Italy is likewise opening up. Last month, the organizer of Milan’s fashion week, the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italian, said it was planning a men’s fashion week that would include both digital and physical events. Milan Fashion Week Men’s Collection is to take place from June 18 to 22.
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