Paris Haute Couture Week is back again. Here’s our take on the Fall Winter 2023/2024 provisional calendar.

Credit: Viktor Rolf

This Monday, The Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode has published the provisional calendar. With thirty two fashion houses revealing their Fall/Winter collections, we can expect a busy week filled with back to back shows and excitement from the 3rd to 6th of July.

The Programme

With Schiaparelli opening at 10am, the week starts with a bang. Throughout the day, eight other designers will take the stage. Julie de Libran at 11am, Iris Van Herpen at noon.

Dior creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri (center). From far left: Chanakya Atelier director Anisha Shetty and senior design manager Ami Mehta | Credit: ELLE

Georges Hobeika is at 1pm, Christian Dior at 2:30pm, Rahul Mishra and 4pm and Thom Browne at 5pm.Adding to the excitement, we’ll be seeing Charles De Vilmorin’s at 6pm independently since leaving Rocha in April earlier year. The day ends with Giambattista Valli at 7:30pm.

The second day then brings us Chanel in the morning at 10am and 12pm, followed by Alexis Mabille at 1:30pm, at 2:30pm Stéphane Rolland, Julien Fournié at 3:30pm, Alexandre Vauthier at 4:30pm, RVDK Ronald van der Kemp at 5:30pm and a double show by Armani at 6:30pm and 7:30 pm.

On Wednesday we see Yuima Nakazato at 10am, Franck Sorbier at 11am, Balenciaga at 12pm, and Elie Saab at 1pm. Jean Paul Gaultier then takes the stage at 2:30, before we see Viktor & Rolf at 4pm and Zuhair Murad at 5pm.

Zuhair Murad | Credit: Vogue Arabia

The day ends with Valentino at 7:30pm. We look especially forward to Gaultier’s show as Paco Rabanne creative director Julien Dossena takes the lead. Hinting at inspiration from older Gaultier shows, we might be seeing a more intimate runway than usual.

By no surprise, the final day begins at 10am. Starting with 16-year-old couture label Ashi Studios, and moving onto Imane Ayissi at 11am, Juana Martin at 12pm, Aelis at 1pm, Fendi at 2:30pm, Gaurav Gupta at 4pm and Maison Sara Chraibi at 5pm. With Adeline Andre at 6pm, the week is over.

See the provisional calendar here.

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