Starting next week opens the long chain of events dedicated to fashion. Blog Fashion is ready to accompany you in these two months of fashion weeks around the world.
We broke up in October with the defiles of the Paris Fashion Week where they were presented the women’s collections for spring / summer 2015. With the new year, we are fearless to find out what’s in store fashion for next autumn / winter 2015/2016.
January will launch a series of social events entirely dedicated to fashion design, with parades, exhibitions and parties around the world.
To open the dances, January 9 to 12, will be the London Fashion Week Men , reached its sixth season. From 13 to 16 January, will then be staged Pitti Uomo in Florence with a special guest designers, Marni, who will present his AI 2015/16 menswear collection with an exclusive fashion show scheduled for the evening of 15 January. From January 17 to 20 will be the turn of the Milan Men Fashion Week, the most important men’s fashion week in the world, which includes 41 of the most important catwalks designers, but also of new emerging and old returns. To conclude the presentation of the collections of men’s ready-to-wear, will be the Paris Fashion Week Men, 21 to 25 January.
From January 25 to 29, still in the French capital, will inaugurate the week dedicated to the collections of haute couture spring / summer 2015, which will parade excellent professionals of Italian tailoring, as Giorgio Armani Privé, Versace, Giambattista Valli, Valentino and French as Chanel, Christian Dior, Jean Paul Gaultier and many more. Finally, from January 30 to February 2, between agreement and disagreement, it will stage the ‘ AltaRoma in the Italian capital that probably goodbye forever the parades of haute couture.
After just 10 days to stop, will share with the New York Fashion Week, February 12 to 19, and will be presenting the prêt-à-porter for the season fall / winter 2015/2016. We’ll move then, February 20 to 24, in London, and again, from February 25 to March 3, you will return to Milan and, finally, from 3 to 11 March, again in Paris.