The Federation of Haute Couture and Fashion has published its provisional SS22 haute couture calendar which will take place in Paris from 24 to 27 January. While the house of Balenciaga unveiled a sublime collection last July after a 50-year absence, the label will not appear this season. Another big name missing? Maison Margiela. On the other hand, Pierre Cardin will hold an event show one day after the end of this official week.
Balenciaga and Maison Margiela are not announced on the calendar
The Federation of Haute Couture and Fashion has published the provisional calendar for the Haute Couture week in the French capital. Scheduled to take place at the end of January, it will feature the participation of major houses such as Chanel, Schiaparelli, Dior, Valentino, Fendi and Iris Van Herpen, among others. However, the absence of Balenciaga is noticeable as the brand unveiled its haute couture collection last July after a break that lasted almost 50 years. Also absent from the programme? Maison Margiela will not be participating in this edition either. Another highly anticipated moment? The Jean Paul Gaultier collection, which will be designed by Glenn Martens, the prodigious designer of Y/Project and Diesel.
Originally scheduled for 29 December, the anniversary of the designer’s death, the tribute show to Pierre Cardin has been postponed to 28 January. It will take place at the National Air and Space Museum near Le Bourget airport north of Paris. “This fashion show, designed and orchestrated by his nephew Rodrigo Basilicati-Cardin, who is now the head of the group, will perpetuate the style and codes that have made the house a success,” the brand said. Indeed, the show will unveil the latest creations of the emblematic couturier as well as a collection imagined by his design studio.
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