Pops of Style – Paris Fashion Week S/S 2017 Schedule

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After a glamorous display of stunning pieces at the Milan Fashion Week which ends today, rolling in today as well is the Paris Fashion Week which is considered by many to be the grande dame of all Fashion Weeks (Paris having been the epicenter of fashion for most of the history of Western civilization). This would mark the end of the “Big 4” series of Spring/Summer Fashion Weeks for the year, giving room for the next season.

Lucien Pellat Finet is set to open the first round of shows, September 27, while Miu Miu closes the event October 5.

Below is a detailed schedule of Fabulous Shows to expect at the event. I’m eagerly looking forward to seeing some audacious shoes unveiled!

For daily updates, follow @VogueParis on Twitter and @fashionweekonline on Instagram, or visit ParisFashionWeekBuzz. And for a live stream of the event, click here.

Shows Schedule

Day 1: Tuesday, September 27, 2016
10:00 – Lucien Pellat Finet
11:00 – Paskal
12:00 – Paule Ka
13:00 – Liselore Frowijn
14:00 – Aalto
15:00 – Nehera
16:00 – Olivier Theyskens
17:00 – Anrealage
18:00 – Koché
19:00 – Jacquemus
20:00 – Saint Laurent
21:00 – Y/Project

Day 2: Wednesday, September 28, 2016
10:00 – Courrèges
11:00 – Maison Margiela
12:00 – Lanvin
13:00 – Yang Li
14:00 – Anne Sofie Madsen
15:00 – Dries Van Noten
16:00 – Guy Laroche
17:00 – Rochas
18:00 – Aganovich
19:00 – Lemaire
20:00 – Vionnet
21:00 – Wanda Nylon

Day 3: Thursday, September 29, 2016
10:00 – Chloé
11:00 – Carven
12:00 – Manish Arora
13:00 – Ann Demeulemeester
14:00 – Paco Rabanne
15:00 – Balmain
16:00 – Alexis Mabille
17:00 – Barbara Bui
18:00 – Rick Owens
19:00 – Pascal Millet
20:00 – Isabel Marant
21:00 – Off-White

Day 4: Friday, September 30, 2016
09:30 – Loewe
10:30 – Issey Miyake
11:30 – Chalayan
12:30 – Christian Wijnants
14:30 – Christian Dior
15:30 – Each x Other
16:30 – Undercover
17:30 – Andrew GN
18:30 – Lutz Huelle
19:30 – Emanuel Ungaro
20:30 – Yohji Yamamoto

Day 5: Saturday, October 1, 2016
09:30 – Junya Watanabe
10:30 – Haider Ackermann
11:30 – Véronique Leroy
12:30 – Mugler
14:00 – Acne Studio
15:00 – Elie Saab
16:00 – Vivienne Westwood
17:00 – Comme des garçons
18:00 – Rahul Mishra
19:30 – Nina Ricci

Day 6: Sunday, October 2, 2016
10:00 – Maison Rabih Kayrouz
11:30 – Balenciaga
13:00 – Céline
15:00 – Valentino
16:00 – Masha ma
17:00 – Roland Mouret
18:00 – John Galliano
19:00 – Dorhout Mees
20:00 – Givenchy

Day 7: Monday, October 3, 2016
10:00 – Stella McCartney
11:00 – Sacai
12:00 – Leonard Paris
13:30 – Giambattista Valli
14:30 – Veronique Branquinho
15:30 – Olympia Le-Tan
16:30 – Hermès
18:00 – Sonia Rykiel
19:00 – Esteban Cortazar
20:00 – Alexander McQueen

Day 8: Tuesday, October 4, 2016
10:30 – Chanel
11:30 – Agnès b.
12:30 – Vanessa Seward
13:30 – Ellery
15:30 – Junko Shimada
16:30 – Valentin Yudashkin
17:30 – Shiatzy Chen
18:30 – Paul & Joe
19:30 – Kenzo
20:30 – Kenzo

Jour Finale: Wednesday, October 5, 2016
10:00 – Louis Vuitton
11:00 – YDE
12:00 – Moncler Gamme Rouge
13:00 – Moon Young Hee
14:00 – Miu Miu

#ParisFashionWeek
And let the shows begin! 🙂
♥♥♥
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One comment

  1. Great information, hun! It gives me an idea of how fashion week is laid out. You are a great writer and blogger and you are very well-informed. I really enjoyed this post.

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    https://jessiesthreads.wordpress.com/

    It is like a non-stop fashion show. Simply fabulous, darling!

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