The global pandemic has brought things to a screeching halt with no industry being left untouched. Fashion industry too had its own share of ups and downs with various fashion design giants cancelling upon their official collection launches. Brands like Saint Laurent and Gucci have officially called off on their schedule while others like Burberry came up with innovative ideas for the launch.
However, one thing that remains unchanged is the schedule of Paris Fashion Week. One of the biggest fashion events that happen around the world is reported to go as per its schedule in September.
The Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode (FHCM) announced in a statement, “it will take place from Monday, September 28th to Tuesday, October 6th and will comply for its implementation to the recommendations of public authorities.”
“Its organization will be completed by the platform set up for Paris FashionWeek® online,” the authorities further added to their statement, hinting upon the undertaking of all the necessary precautionary measures.
While not much has been put forth by the authorities or the organizers, it is believed that the number of attendees can be limited, keeping social distancing in mind. Various other measures like more spaced out seating for the media might also be witnessed as well as the usage of masks by everyone, including the models, can also be a common sight at the event.