Fashion Week returns to Paris. September days, a fashionable bat is walking around the capital. French houses Les grandes maisons et de jeunes créateurs present new items from the printemps-été 2024 collection, attracting celebrities and fashion actors to their exclusive shows. These events, true indicators of future trends, arouse fashionistas’ interest and curiosity. A comment that is profitable at Fashion Week when you are not part of that environment? Outside the big houses, fashion shows unfolded. 20 minutes A list of free and accessible activities has been developed that are open to everyone.
Le Défilé L’Oréal Paris “Go for what it’s worth”
Cosmetics brand L’Oréal offers you the opportunity to attend their fashion show, which will take place on October 1st. Free and open to everyone, the show here features celebrity sisters buying Parmian mannequins, including Kendall Jenner, as well as Cindy Bruna, Camila Cabello and Viola Davis. Here are the invitations: Marie Boche, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Elle Fanning, Luma Groth, Liya Kebede, Katherine Langford, Eva Longoria, Andie MacDowell, Helen Mirren, Aja Naomi King, Soo Joo Park, Aishwarya Rai and singer Iseult. The fashion show will start at 21:00 at the Eiffel Tower, Ecole Militaire metro station.
Le défilé d’Air France aux Galeries Lafayette
Les Galeries Lafayette celebrates Air France’s 90th anniversary by displaying iconic examples of the airline’s uniform. Pieces signed by Christian Dior and Christian Lacroix will be presented from September 28 to October 7 in the heart of the large Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmann store. The 30-minute show is available by reservation only and costs €18 for adults and €10 for children.
Exhibition J’Adore de Dior aux Beaux-Arts de Paris
During Fashion Week, Dior presents an exhibition dedicated to perfume star J’Adore Dior. Free to pre-order, the exhibition traces the history of the 1999 perfume created by Francis Kurkdjian. Visits are possible every day from 10:00 to 19:30 from September 27 to October 8 at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, 13 Quai Malaquay (Paris 6e).
Carla Fernandez fashion show at 19M.
The new creation of the House of Chanel, Gallery 19M, invites you to discover the collection of color and style by Mexican designer Carla Fernandez on December 17th. The free and unreserved exhibition at the 2nd Square Skanderbeg (Paris 19e) celebrates the traditions of Mexico between creativity and Mexican artisans.
H&M Studio pop-up stores at Eric Dupont Gallery
Starting just September 30th, H&M Studio will be reinvented in a temporary store immersed in the Eric Dupont gallery. Free and available to everyone, the famous brand is the first in its premium line in its latest 2023-2024 auto-giver collection at its former premises at 138 rue du Temple in the Marais. Contemporary and creative, the event included a fashion show, an archive exhibition and a free coffee bar in addition to the new collection.
Azzedine Alaïa exhibition at the Galliera Palace
Starting September 27, the Palais Galliera will display 20,000 works by French-Tunisian couturier Azzedine Alaïa. This is an opportunity to discover the couturier’s work created in 2017 and discover the history of fashion with these four-piece dresses. A treasure created over 50 years of service, available free of charge at 10 (16e) Avenue Pierre 1er de Serbia, Paris.