Fashion Weeks are indicators from the industries. The show presents what the designers have been thinking and doing. It could be too fancy or unrealistic, but it predicts or even leads a trend of the year. There four main fashion weeks in the industries, they are originally from Paris, Milan, London and New York, which are the main fashion centers in the west. They represent different factions, ideologies, and methodologies. We will look at two of the most famous fashion weeks around the globe, they are Paris and Milan Fashion Week.
Paris Fashion Week, The Most Significant Mainstay
The Paris Fashion Week is a clothing trade show held biannually in Paris. It contents Spring/Summer (February and March) and Autumn/Winter (September and October) events each year. During the festival, over 300 fashion shows are held in about a month period.
The Paris Fashion Week is a clothing trade show held biannually in Paris. It contents Spring/Summer (February and March) and Autumn/Winter (September and October) events each year. During the show, over 300 fashion shows are held in about a month period.
Milan Fashion Week, The Most Outstanding Pieces
The Milan Fashion Week (Italian: Settimana Della Mode) is a clothing trade show held semi-annually in Milan, Italy. The Autumn/Winter event is held in September/October of each year, and the Spring/Summer event is held in February/March. This tradition was established in 1958, which is the latest one compared with other main Fashion Weeks. However, the rising star in the past now plays a dominating role and has been considered the “barometer” of the worldwide fashion.
One of the features of Milan Fashion Week is commercialization. Every year, the brands appear on the show represent their countries, and the designers are also elites in the industries. The shows are required to get the qualification approved by the committee of Milan Fashion Week, which consists of the chief designers from ARMANI, VALENTINO, etc.