Paris Fashion Week 2021, the most awaited semiannual event, is around the corner, and we at Fashinza thought of bringing some steaming information to you. Some of the top brands and designers off the list this year include Celine, Saint Laurent, Jil Sander, Thom Browne, among many other absentees.
We have gathered a list of top designers and labels that are prepared to leave us awestruck with their autumn and winter collection showcase during the Fashion Week Paris 2021.
This year, a total of 92 brands are onboarded, out of which 71 will participate in the physical event that is categorically divided into 37 runway shows and 32 presentations. Just like the last season, viewers will have access to the online coverage.
Born in Lagos, Kenneth Ize is all about reinventing African and Nigerian fashion. He has extended his adeptness by contributing to the creative arts syllabus in the schools with an aim to nurture traditional fashion.
His fall/winter 2020 collection was all about traditional weaving techniques, which has left us waiting for his new designs in the Paris Fashion Week 2021.
The Juul brothers’ fashion label is prominent for its unisex and monochromatic themes. Their designs always make their own way, and the ramp of Fashion Week Paris 2021 is anticipating for their collection.
Established in 2019 with an inclination towards experimental designs, this Japanese fashion label yearns to bring back the 80s era.
The renowned fashion brand is native to France and has won the 2017 LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton prize. People in the fashion business are waiting for her ready-to-wear collection during Paris Fashion Week 2021.
Dicey Kayek was founded by a Turkish sister duo, Ece Ege (creative director) and Ayse Ege (manager). Last year, the brand showcased some amazing ready-to-wear outfits inspired by bored school girls who dreamt of dressing up like dolls.
Aiming to break the fashion ceiling with a sustainable clothing approach, Ester Manas was the semi-finalist among the top 10 debut labels last year. The fashion industry experts are now eyeing the launch of his recent autumn/winter collection in Fashion Week Paris 2021.
Advocating the perpetual transformation of fashion, this Lebanese brand adopted an out-of-the-box approach and redesigned six of the staple looks into couture. Since its establishment in 2008, this high-end label has added many feathers to its cap. It claims itself to be 'les essentiels' or 'the essentials.'
This English fashion designer is widely renowned for her contribution to bringing modern punk and new wave fashion into the limelight. Her independent and statement designs are indeed worth waiting for in the upcoming Paris Fashion Week 2021.
Her designs are well acclaimed in movies, including Sex And The City. Also, Princess Eugenie adorned herself with Vivienne Westwood designs for Prince William’s pre-wedding dinner ceremony.
Eminent for fitted and breathable cotton and tulle attires, this label is owned by Tiffany Brown, who launches each of her collections with a color-based theme. In response to the chaos created by the COVID-19 pandemic, she chose a lavender theme to symbolize 'relaxation and self-care.' Her wannabe collection never fails to be the hot talk, and we are expecting her Fashion Week Paris 2021 collection to be no exception.
This is a Canada-based fashion brand owned by Ruby Denis, an aesthetic believer of hand-made fabrics and embellishments. Her bold yet graceful line of collection aims to appease the inner goddess of every woman who is an avid stylist.
Inspired by the Philippines' culture, the label is centered around the idea of letting people feel beautiful irrespective of their shape and size. A surprisingly fun fact about the owner is her proficiency in measuring a person's size by merely looking at them! This experienced designer, Meg Manski, has recently stepped into the commercial fashion industry, and Paris Fashion Week 2021 is eagerly waiting for her ready-to-wear collection.
Hermes is a brand that solely stands by comfortable fabrics and silhouettes with structural and fluid style. Fashion Week Paris 2021 will be all about its autumn and winter collection that is expected to adorn warm colors.
Marking its place in the calendar for the first time at Paris Fashion Week 2021, this Chinese brand is backed by Hermes. This new entry is all set to bridge the gap between the traditional and contemporary fashions with creativity and a pinch of emotion.
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