Paris Haute Couture Spring-Summer 2024 announces its schedule
Christian Dior Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2023. ©Photo: Dior

Paris Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2024 announces its schedule

Paris Haute Couture Week, the pinnacle of fashion artistry, returns with an array of dazzling creations from renowned couturiers.
December 26, 2023

The Paris Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2024 season will unfold. From January 22nd to 25th, the City of Lights will once again become the global epicenter of Haute Couture, where the world’s most renowned couturiers will present their latest creations, each a testament to the pinnacle of fashion design.

The preliminary calendar released by the Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode reveals an exciting lineup of shows, with thirty captivating presentations gracing the runway over the four days of the event. Schiaparelli kicks off the week at 10am on Monday 22nd January.

At the heart of the schedule will be the cornerstones of the haute couture world, including Christian Dior, whose show at 2:30 p.m. on January 22nd promises to dazzle with its timeless elegance. On the morning of January 23rd, Chanel will once again dazzle with its double bill, while Giorgio Armani Privé will close Tuesday with a flourish.

The following day, Elie Saab, Jean Paul Gaultier and Valentino will take the fashion stage, each showcasing their unique fashion vision and mastery of couture techniques. High jewelry presentations will also add to the splendor of the week, with renowned brands showcasing their exquisite creations.

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Stéphane Rolland, known for his innovative designs, will present his Spring/Summer 2024 collection with a twist on January 23rd. This time, the runway will welcome the work of students from ESMOD and the Institut Français de la Mode, showcasing the next generation of fashion talent.

Independent labels will also make their mark on the haute couture calendar, with Imane Ayissi, Juana Martin and Maison Sara Chraibi taking to the runway on opening day, January 22nd.

Fans of Belgian-born designer Robert Wun will be delighted to see him return to the Paris Haute Couture scene. Winner of the 2022 ANDAM Special Prize, Wun will present his latest collection on the final day, January 25th at 4 pm.

On the same day, the Paris stage will welcome Peet Dullaert, a Dutch designer based in the French capital. Known for his focus on contemporary silhouettes and entirely hand-sewn designs, Dullaert will make his haute couture debut with a show at 5 pm.

While the lineup promises an unforgettable couture experience, there will be one notable absence: Iris van Herpen. The Dutch couturier has a retrospective at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs that runs through April 28th. She will not present a new collection during the haute couture season. However, she is expected to hold an event at the museum on January 22nd.

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