Paris Fashion Week: we select the best of the French catwalk

By : ujikiu / On : 03/01/2023

Three, two, one... Paris Fashion Week has begun! After a very intense and spectacular week at Milan Fashion Week, the fashion sector moves to the French capital to begin showing the new proposals and innovations that fashion firms bring to Paris for the new spring-summer season. 2022. Do you want to know more?

From September 28 to October 5 we will be able to enjoy the fashion shows in the capital of French fashion and street style, that is, the street catwalk starring fashion insiders, influencers and celebrities who attend the presentations of the new collections. In these seven days full of fashionista essence, 97 designers will show the world their fashion bets for the following spring summer 2022 season and of them, almost a third have decided to leave the online terrain behind and present their collections in person. Of course, maintaining security measures, such as the mandatory use of a mask, in order to protect those attending the parades and the workers who are at that moment.

Paris Fashion Week, organized by the Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode association, gives visibility to both French designers and fashion houses, such as Atlein, Mazarine and Jitrois, but also includes large firms renowned as Balenciaga, Loewe and Valentino, who have already confirmed that they will return to Paris this edition. The guest who has resonated the most in our minds and on the Fashion Week agenda is, without a doubt, Yves Saint Laurent, who will return to the French capital on this occasion.

Paris Fashion Week: we select the best of the French catwalk

And so, the fashion trends that we will soon see next summer will arrive in the Parisian city. Loud colours, surprising textures, polished cuts and lines and risky silhouettes... Do you want to know what are the latest innovations that designers will bring to Paris Fashion Week? Keep reading and don't miss a single detail of Fashion Week in the French capital. Take note!