Paris Provisional Calendar
Elie Saab Spring 2024 Haute Couture. Courtesy of Launchmetrics Spotlight

Better get plenty of sleep now because June is shaping up to be extremely busy. Thanks to the Summer Olympic Games in Paris launching in July, the Spring 2025 Menswear and Fall 2024 Haute Couture fashion weeks will run back-to-back. (Usually haute couture kicks off at the beginning of July.) The schedule change is reflected in the jam-packed Paris provisional calendar.

Over the course of 10 days, 72 men's brands and 30 haute couture designers will unveil their wares. First up are the menswear presentations starting June 18 and wrapping up June 23. Dries Van Noten will debut its final collection on June 22. Other potential highlights include Louis Vuitton showing June 18, followed by Wales Bonner. Then there's Dior Homme, Loewe, Hermes and Sacai.

Moving on to haute couture, Schiaparelli will once again set the pace on June 24. The first-day lineup is actually pretty impressive with Iris van Herpen, Christian Dior, Thom Browne and Giambattista Valli on deck. Chanel leads the charge the next day and Armani Privé will round things out. You may want to consider calling in sick on June 26 since Balenciaga, Elie Saab, Viktor & Rolf and Jean Paul Gaultier are all on the schedule. Fendi will show on the final day, but ArdAzAei will close out the "week."

Check out the full Paris provisional calendar on the Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode's website.

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