How to Watch Paris Fashion Week at Home

France's fashion capital is ready to showcase the best of the best.
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Fashion Weeks across the globe have proven that creativity through fashion cannot be stopped by the pandemic. 

Paris Fashion Week (PFW) went digital-first last year and this year will be no different. 

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The schedule for the shows has been released — cue excitement — and we’re about to be treated to an array of incredible fashion from designers such as Chanel, Dior and Balenciaga.

SS22 womenswear collections are set to be shown to fashion buyers and press from 27 September to 5 October and luckily, we can tune in at home.

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How to watch Paris Fashion Week

What used to be an exclusive event for fashion industry bigwigs has become an accessible showcase of couture and fashion ingenuity, thanks to digital screenings.

While we’re sure nothing beats seeing the clothes and feeling the energy of the fashion fest in real life, we’re welcoming the chance to take part in it this season simply by tuning in online. You too can watch the shows live via PFW’s official website

Almost all of the shows will be available to watch directly on the website, as many designers have opted to livestream their shows. This includes Loewe, Marine Serre, Dior, Saint Laurent, Givenchy and many more.

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Which designers will be showcasing their work at Paris Fashion Week?

It’s not PFW if French fashion houses aren’t part of the showcase. So, of course, we can look forward to seeing the latest from Chanel, Dior, Givenchy and more.

You can visit PFW’s website for a complete list of the brands showing their collections in 2021.

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