Your guide to Paris Fashion Week 2017
From the designers to the dates, here’s everything you need to be excited about
As Fashion Month draws to a close, Paris Fashion Week 2017 marks the end of the bi-annual fashionable festivities. The press and fashion influencers of the world come in their hundreds for the final SS18 set of shows, giving them a glimpse into what everybody will be wearing next season.
Below, we round up everything you need to know about Paris Fashion Week AW17…
Paris Fashion Week 2017 dates
This season, Paris Fashion Week runs from Tuesday 26th September up until Tuesday 3rd October. Day one clashes with the last day of Milan Fashion Week 2017, so be sure to plan your schedule accordingly if you’re lucky enough to be going to both.
Paris Fashion Week 2017 tickets
Bagging yourself tickets to one of the biggest events of the fashion calendar is not an easy task, unfortunately. As with all of the fashion weeks, you have to apply for accreditation if you’d like coveted tickets to the catwalk shows – in this case, you have to make your case to the Fédération Française de la Couture du Prêt-à-Porter des Couturiers et des Créateurs de Mode at modeaparis.com.
Paris Fashion Week 2017 schedule
Finishing off Fashion Month in the French fashion capital are some of the biggest names in the business that will set the heart of many a fashion enthusiast aflutter. The week starts off with Christian Dior and Saint Laurent on day one, moving through to Balmain, Comme des Garçons and finishing with Chanel and Miu Miu on Tuesday.
You can view the whole schedule on modeaparis.com.
Paris Fashion Week 2017 best moments
Last Paris Fashion Week did not disappoint, with memorable moments like the George Michael tribute at Stella McCartney and literally everyone fell in love with the Saint Laurent disco boots. Also keep an eye out for the chicest looks from the runway and all the celebrity pictures from the front row too. Of course, it’s all about the trends, including Valentino mixing red and pink.
We’ll be bringing you all of this and more for this season’s spring/summer 2018 shows.
So watch this space…