Summer 2019: who parades when in Paris men’s fashion week

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Summer 2019 who parades when in Paris mens fashion week
Summer 2019 who parades when in Paris mens fashion week

After the Saint Laurent and Moschino parades in the United States, the men’s fashion season, which has already covered British and Italian soil, opens space for one of the most anticipated weeks of the month: Paris, which starts on Tuesday (19.06) and follows until next Sunday (24.06).

The frisson around this station is remarkable and motifs are not lacking. This time, the season is marked by the debut of new creative directors who are part of the recent “dance of the chairs” of powerful brands. In addition to the Off-White on Wednesday (20), Virgil Abloh also signs the men’s Louis Vuitton – a vacancy previously occupied by Kim Jones for seven years, who in turn holds the position of Belgian Kris Van Assche in Dior Homme and signs his debut parade at the brand next Saturday.

Only these two parades do enough. That’s not enough, Raf Simons is back on parisian soil after three NYFW parade seasons.

In time, Berluti is absent from the calendar and returns in the next semester, in January 2019, for the début of Van Assche in the position of creative director, after leaving Haider Ackermann.

See below the official calendar of parades:

Tuesday (19.06)


3pm – GmbH

Wednesday (20.06)


6h – Off-White


9am – Acne Studios

10h30 – Y / PROJECT

11:30 AM – Walter Van Beirendonck

12:30 a.m. – Valentino

2pm – OAMC


9:30 PM – Raf Simons

Thursday (21.06)

5 AM – AMI Alexandre Mattiussi

6 AM – Issey Miyake

7:30 AM – Rick Owens

8:30 AM – Angus Chiang

9:30 AM – Louis Vuitton

11:30 a.m. – Boris Bidjan Saberi

12:30 a.m. – Yohji Yamamoto

2pm – Dries Van Noten

15h30 – Pigalle Paris

Friday (22.06)

5 AM – Junya Watanabe

6h – Maison Margiela

7 AM – Ann Demeulemeester

8am – Juun.J

9am – Maison Mihara Yasuhiro

10 AM – Hed Mayner

11h – Cerruti 1881

12h – Comme des Garçons

1pm – Alexander McQueen

2 PM – Sean Suen

Saturday (23.06)

5h – SACAI

6h – Études

7am – Sankuanz

8 AM – Thom Browne

9 am – Andrea Crews


12h – Dior Homme

1pm – Henrik Vibskov

2 PM – White Mountaineering

3pm – Hermès

Sunday (24.06)

5h – Officine Générale

6h – Lanvin

7h – agnès b.

8 AM – Balmain Homme

9am – Rynshu

11 AM – Paul Smith

12h – Christian Dada

1 PM – Dunhill London

2pm – 1017 ALYX 9SM

3 PM – Kenzo

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Written by Geekybar

Linguist-translator by education. I have been working in the field of advertising journalism for over 10 years.

For over 7 years in journalism. Half of them are as editor. My weakness is doing mini-investigations on new topics.


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