Every editor of note in fashion went to the Lycée Jacques-Decour on Sunday, for the first major show of the Paris couture - the French debt of New York’s Proenza Schouler, a brilliant beginning to the fall 2017 season.
Think of haute couture as fashion’s great honey pot. A unique Parisian nectar that always manges to lure couturiers, designers, brands and events into five days. Starting Saturday, it will stage its busiest season ever.
It's official. French’s fashion governing body, for decades colloquially known as the Chambre Syndicale has changed its name. From Thursday on, it will be known as Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode (FHCM).
With menswear week in full swing, the French Federation of Fashion and of RTW Couturiers and Fashion Designers has published its definitive schedule for the next round of haute couture shows in Paris, July 2-6, 2017.