Paris fashion aims for a revival, as physical runway shows set to reopen

  • Style
  • Wednesday, 12 May 2021

A file photo showing the Coperni Autumn/Winter 2021 show, where attendees watch the runway from electric cars during a "drive-in". Photo: AFP

Parisian runways are set to reopen in July as the French government unwinds Covid-19 lockdown measures, allowing live fashions show to resume, the country's fashion industry body announced on Tuesday (May 11).

The annual Haute Couture Week will take place from July 5 to July 8 and fashion houses will be allowed to organise live shows and presentations, according to a statement from the Federation De La Haute Couture Et De La Mode.

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