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BFW 2019: Dates and Highlights + CM #1 Show / Casting @ BFW Final!

Berlin Fashion Week: Casting + Show – In addition to New York, Milan, London and Paris, the German capital will be upside down again on July 1. Of course we are also this year again at the fashion event of the year for you very closely. What trends will be set this year, what will the designers surprise us with? We have also put together all casting dates, shows and highlights for you. And: The #1 CM Show – for the grand finale on Saturday at Haubeentaucher Berlin – exclusive.

FWF – Fashion Week Finals #BFW Highlight – Sat, 6th July

FWF / Open Casting + Accreditation

Send your photos (easy, with the smartphone in daylight) and contact details for registration for the open casting (less waiting time than without registration).

  • Casting Saturday, 29.06. from 16 o’clock @ Haubentaucher
    Address: Revaler Str. 99, 10245 Berlin
  • Short performance, catwalk
  • Minimal outfit, no make up, no styling
  • Women / girls: From 15 years with 173 – 181 cm
  • Men / boys: From 15 years with 184 – 191 cm

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Highlights of the Fashion Week from Mo-Fr

Germany’s biggest fashion event offers many unforgettable moments. These include the numerous runways that form the core of Fashion Week. Every year the star designers of the fashion scene redefine what fashion legends like Karl Lagerfeld have done. We have listed our personal favorites once for you:

Monday with GMK – Guido Maria Kretschmer

  • Guido Maria Kretschmer Runway
  • Danny Reinke Runway
  • KXXK Runway

Tuesday with Berliner Original – Irene Luft

  • Lou De Bètoly Runway
  • Irene Air Runway
  • #Damur Runway

Wednesday with Lena Hoschek

Thursday: TBA

  • We’re still scouting the best date!

Friday with tradition: Stylenight

  • Stylenight

Saturday with highlight: FWF by CM

  • FWF – Fashion Week Finals by CM Berlin x Great Crested Grebe x BSP Berlin

FWF – Fashion Week Finals (Saturday) Show + Designer

The big show casting with a unique location will follow on the weekend. We are looking for exciting and unique faces for our agency. Of course an exclusive aftershow party á la CM!

Main Designer: Lin Art + Nil & Mon

Carried by icons like Cara Delevingne and Heidi Klum – with the confirmation of Lin Art Project + Nil & Mon the show of the summer 2019 stands in Berlin. Exclusive pieces from the new collection, internationally inspired by Asian and American influences. With their designs they conquer the hearts of celebrities. We are looking forward to the Come Together at the Berlin Fashion Week.

Berlin Newcomer: B.A.R.E

Fashion from Berlin – Other, wearable, Berlin. B.A.R.E does not only show creative output, the Fashion Project mixes casual outfits, streetwear and couture to the unmistakable look of Berliner Straße. Be curious about the new collection – Saturday, 06. July Berlin from 20 o’clock @Haubentaucher.

FWF Press Accreditation

Due to the limited number of places, accreditation will only be confirmed after examination and selection. Usually within 24 hours! We look forward to seeing you.

  • retailers and wholesalers
  • Press representatives and show photographers
  • Influencer (from 200k)

Casting Registration

Send your photos (easy, with the smartphone in daylight) and contact details for registration for the open casting (less waiting time than without registration).

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Name:

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Age:

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Last time in Berlin #BFW @ House of Weekend

Parallel: Casting Cologne / Düsseldorf / Frankfurt on 29.06.

Location Show & Casting

Fashion Show – Fashion, Designer and Fashion Weeks in Germany

You have to organize your first fashion show in Berlin, Hamburg or Munich and don’t know where to start yet? In our small agency 1×1 for models and designers you will find all the important points you need to consider when planning a fashion show. From the first model casting to the rehearsal before the show. As an agency we have already accompanied several fashion shows, among others together with Daab at the Mercedes-Benz Cologne Fashion Days. Based on our experience as young designers we not only want to give you tips for planning, but also a small checklist!

Fashion show definition – What is a fashion show exactly?

fashion show according to Duden – catwalk, runway, fashion show, …

A fashion show is defined in the Duden as “an event at which the latest fashions are presented”. This is very broad. Closer illuminated is a fashion show the presentation of fashion collections in a certain staging. The collections of designers and labels are usually presented seasonally on the catwalk by models. The staging of the fashion show can be determined individually, there is no generally defined procedure. As a rule, a fashion show ends with a repeated, fast appearance of all models of the show and the “bowing” of the designer to the audience. The audience can be either the general public or an exclusive circle of invited guests and/or the press. As a rule, however, every fashion show focuses on a few key points in the organisation of agencies:

  1. Needed List – All details of planning / PR / Show in highlights
  2. Model Casting – The perfect models and measurements for the fashion collection
  3. Choreography – A detailed planning of the individual “pictures” (scenes)
  4. Public Relations – We inspire the right people from the label
  5. Rehearsal – Final dress rehearsal for all models of the fashion show
  6. Fashion show – The big moment for fashion designers
  7. Press work – After the show is before the show!

Famous fashion shows in Germany

Fashion shows take place in many cities in Germany. Especially well known for fashion shows in Germany are the fashion cities of Munich, Berlin, Hamburg, Düsseldorf and Cologne.

Fashion Show Munich – Secret Fashion Show

One of the well-known fashion shows in Munich is the Secret fashion Show in Munich. This is organised by the Mplus Agency and takes place in May and October.

Fashion Show Berlin – Mercedes Benz Fashion Week

The fashion metropolis Berlin is known for the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week. One of the hottest shows every season is the fashion show by Guido Maria Kretschmer. The sympathetic designer is also known from the TV format “Shopping Queen” on VOX.

Fashion Show Hamburg – A+ Fashion Days

The Plus Size Fashion Days in Hamburg are organized by the team of the Kurvenrausch Blog. Kurvenrausch organises fashion shows, beauty events, re-styling campaigns and more in Hamurg.

Düsseldorf Fashion Show – CPD & Platform Fashion

The CPD fashion fair is held regularly in Düsseldorf. Düsseldorf is THE fashion city in NRW. The CPD regularly attracts numerous fashion enthusiasts and retailers. The Fashion platform in Düsseldorf is also popular in the fashion industry.

Catwalk music for the fashion show

Besides mixtapes from DJ’s there are also fashion shows with live music. One band that is known for fashion show music is for example B.O.X.E.R. They already stood for shows of different designers on “The Catwalk”…

Catwalk: Haute Couture & Pret-a-Porter

More about the different running styles can be found in the article: Haute Couture & Pret-a-Porter.

Fashion show agency – success for the new fashion collection

If you want to organize your first fashion show and you still need help for a full success or you want to put the whole project into firm hands, it is recommended to hire a fashion show agency.

Linn for Dolce & Gabbana #1 Fashion show in Milan

After having experienced a lot this year, from model coaching to her first big music video with one of the hottest German artists Miami Yacine, the music video: “Designer”, Linn now had her first show in Milan for Dolce & Gabbana. After she was already in America once, then again briefly in Germany, she is this time in Milan for modeling. With our partner Agency Women she has now gotten one of the greatest jobs at Fashion Week Milan. In Dolce & Gabbana on the catwalk, in one of the big fashion capitals. Italy stands for highest designer art and Milan in particular. 100% High Fashion – Congratulations from Berlin!

Linn for Docle & Gabbana

 

Backstage bi Dolce & Gabbana Alta Moda and Alta Sartoria

Dolce & Gabbana is one of the largest high fashion companies. Dolce & Gabbana was founded by Domenico Dolce, born 1958 and Stefano Gabbana, born 1962 in Milan. Dolce & Gabbana’s first international recognition came in particular from Madonna, who accompanied the high fashion brand for many years. The two fashion designers designed more than 1500 costumes.

In the 90s the duo further expanded their position, among other things with perfume, which has been awarded as the best women’s fragrance of the year. Dolce & Gabbana has evolved ever since and has worked with many artists including Beyonce and Kylie Minogue. Dolce & Gabbana now includes not only the main line, but also the Alta Moda, as well as Dolce & Gabbana Junior.

Dolce & Gabbana offers its customers not only first-class fabrics and designs of the highest quality, but also lifestyle and luxury. With this mix, the brand has been convincing since its inception and continues to develop. The fashion shows are among the most coveted in the world, so once again big applause for our Linn and her first Dolce & Gabbana fashion show!

Miami Yacine: Designer – The new music video of Germany’s most successful rapper on Youtube

Which model agency stands for High Fashion & Design? Your’re right! Our newcomer Boris in the music video of Germany’s most successful rapper on Youtube. Cocaine already has over 120 million views. Now publish Miami Yacine designers. In the video you can see not only newcomer Boris, but also Luisa, Linn (Milan) and Flower. Expensive outfits, designer bags, lifestyle ala Miami.

Miami Yacine – Designer music video x Boris, Luisa, Linn & Flower

Miami Yacine: Platinum status

Miami Yacine is a German speaking rapper (for those who don’t know him yet) of Moroccan origin, raised in Dortmund. He himself belongs to the Dresden group KMN Gang. Miami Yacine is the most successful German rapper and has over 120 million views on his music video Kokaina alone. In 2012 he released his first mixtape completely free of charge – today, after all the success, it’s hard to believe! He only became really famous with the trap single Kokaina in September 2019. Already in the first month the video had 10 million video views and since then it has increased extremely! In January of this year, it cracked the 100 million hits. Miami Yacine was not only successful on YouTube but also in music sales and of course made it into the German music charts. His single now has platinum status.

Video in Berlin

A few weeks ago we met together in Berlin with the music production of Miami Yacine, together with our models Boris, Louisa, Linn and Flower. The video shooting was indeed spectacular, as most of the scenes were shot in the evening and at night. In an old huge factory hall, with neon lights and strong light effects on 50 meters of distance. The designer music video has everything that goes with it. Miami Yacine is a great artist who has already achieved a lot and will certainly achieve a lot more. The song Designer and the music video deal with the high fashion industry and Haute Couture. Who doesn’t love them, the big brands around Prada, Hermes, Balmain, Gucci or even Dior? Miami Yacine has gathered all these high fashion brands together in his music video designer.

Boris in particular did a fantastic job in video production as the main model. Although he was flown to Berlin on the same day, every recording was made. We are very happy about the cooperation and can also recommend you Miami music video for the song Kokaina, with which Air 2016 had its big breakthrough in Germany:

Miami Yacine Cocaine

Haute Couture & Pret-a-Porter – Running styles of a fashion show

In a fashion show on the catwalk, which is also called Catwalk, presented the new collections of a designer of models. A distinction is made between haute couture fashion and pret-a-porter fashion. Haute Couture comes from France and means literally superior cutting art. In fashion jargon extravagant, individual and high-quality fashion creations by a designer haute couture are called. The haute couture fashion pieces of a designer are the gems of a designer, they are not suitable for everyday use, haute couture is true art that models present on the catwalk. Haute Couture serves the very special appearance. The more valuable the materials used, the higher the price. There is no limit. In contrast to haute couture, there are Pret-a-Porter collections. pret-a-Porter Fashion also comes from France and means “ready to wear”, a fashion that can be worn in everyday life. The fashion collections are available in retail outlets, including department store chains. The designers have created the pieces not only as an art object for the catwalk, but the fashion collections should come to the man or the woman. The price is different, it also comes here to price differences, however, the price is in the average range in the middle class and is affordable. Co-founder of this type of fashion line is Pierre Cardin.

Pret-a-Porter fashion & running style at the fashion show

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What is Pret-a-Porter exactly?

Pret-a-Porter fashion, also known as ready-to-wear fashion, describes the ready-made, ie not tailor-made, fashion collections of designers and labels. Ready-made fashion is one that we find in retail in various, fixed sizes on the shelves. (Example size 38 or M) Earlier, the fashion industry was horrified at the first catwalk presentations by designer Pret-a-Porter collections – not tailor-made = not exclusive! Quite normal in the modern world – at Fashion Weeks all over the world, the designer’s Pret-a-Porter collections are admired and celebrated. For the designers themselves, the Pret-a-Porter collections are extremely important in addition to haute couture, because the ready-to-wear fashion boosts the marketing of designers enormously. In public, the label builds its image and sets trends that can really be worn! Of course, also among the Pret-a-Porter collections are fashion highlights that only very bold fashionistas REALLY wear on the street – here too: The designer wants to attract attention, to keep in conversation and in the memory of fashion specialists.

Where did Pret-a-Porter come from?

Yves-Saint-Laurent caused a stir in the 60’s as one of the first known designers on the catwalk with his Pret-a-Porter collection. But who “invented” Pret-a-Porter? The Italian designer Pierre Cardin developed the fashion art Pret-a-Porter.

Pierre Cardin – His way to the designer of Pret-a-Porter fashion

Pierre Cardin was born in Italy in 1922. In 1945 he moved from Italy to France, Paris. He began his career in the fashion industry as a fashion designer at Paquin. He developed the costumes for the movie “Beauty and the Beast”. In 1947, the talented Italian moved to the designer label “Dior”. Three years later he started his own label and developed Pret-a-Porter Mode. In 1953, his first fashion collection for women appeared in 1957 followed by the men’s collection.

The seasons of Pret-a-Porter fashion worldwide

The designers’ Pret-a-Porter collections are presented on the runway during two fashion seasons, once in spring / summer and once in autumn / winter – the classic fashion seasons. The presentations of the Pret-a-Porter fashion take place at fashion weeks in the fashion capitals of New York, Milan, London and Paris. But also in the adolescent fashion cities of Berlin, Madrid, Amsterdam and other cities, the collection presentations of the designers, both established designers and celebrated New Comer, take place twice a year at the corresponding seasons in the beginning and middle of the year.

Excursus: The interim seasons

Only twice a year, so every six months, fashion on the runways of fashion metropolises? Unthinkable – no one can stand it! I agree. That’s why, in addition to the main seasons, tadaaa, there are various interim seasons.

Resort – Fashion Collections

In February, the new Pret-a-Porter pieces by the designers regularly hang in stores. Already in November, the interim season for resort fashion begins. Since every fashion fan can look forward to the summer and anticipate the new trends.

Cruise – fashion collections

Cruise, as the name suggests, are fashion collections for the travel-mad fashion fans. Cruise is a sub-category of resort-fashion, specializing in jet-set customers who escape the winter and roast in the sun in December. In the past, this was especially typical of the richer society that enjoyed cruising to warmer regions during the winter months. Hence the name “Cruise” in the style of “cruise”. Today, “Cruise” is part of the resort collection, it is hardly differentiated.

Pre-Fall – Fashion Collections

The counterpart to the more summery Pret-a-Porter Resort collection, is the autumn-winter Pret-a-Porter Pre-fall collection. This comes in July in the shops. Customers enjoy new designs for fall and winter, mostly made of lighter fabrics.

Capsule Collection Fashion

Capsule Collection, a collection that can not really be assigned to any season. The “timeless” Pret-a-Porter fashion of the year. These collections are also called Special Editions and appear unexpected and not regular.

Haute couture at the fashion show – what exactly is that?

Haute couture is the “high society” of fashion collections by designers. The term comes from France and refers to the upscale designs of fashion designers from the top tier. Who belongs to the circle of Haute Couture designers, such as Chanel, Dior or Ellie Saab, decides the French fashion association “Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture”. The designers, also known as “couturiers”, must adhere to “strict” rules in order to defend their place in haute couture. The French fashion association sets rules and specifications so that the ranks of Coutuers remains exclusive. Elaborate, extravagant and in reality hardly wearable fashion, especially handcrafted, precious and luxurious dresses are part of haute couture. Another special feature of the impressive robes: Finest handwork! Of course, such a “unique” can hardly be a lesbian, only a very selected, narrow circle of the rich is one of the customer base for haute couture fashion. The price for a haute couture robe is dizzyingly high. One of the few places off the catwalk to marvel at haute couture fashion is the red carpet of very exclusive events, such as the Oscars. In contrast to the pure “art objects” of the haute couture of the past few years, some robes, dresses and now also trousers are quite “bearable” for upmarket events.

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Where does haute couture fashion actually come from?

Haute couture comes from France in the mid-19th century. Charles Frederick Worth was the first, and thus the so-called founding father, to offer tailor-made and handcrafted, exclusive fashion according to his own designs. Until then, tailor-made products were manufactured exclusively according to the wishes of the customer. Worth made a turnaround in the fashion industry. Subsequently, the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture Parisienne joined together, a committee which today describes itself as a fashion association and still sets the rules in terms of haute couture. Only if the collection of a designer label is approved by this committee, the Desiger may present his Haute Couture line under this genre, on the couture shows of Fashion Weeks.

Alta Moda – haute couture from Italy

The Italian sister of French haute couture is the so-called “Alta Moda”. Unlike the term “haute couture”, the term “Alta Moda” is not protected and may be used freely among designers. In addition to Milan, there are also Alta Moda shows in Florence or Rome, there is no set schedule or fixed location for these fashion shows. The world-famous luxury designer duo of Dolce & Gabbana will be presenting their Alta Moda collections in Milan. In addition to established designers, New Comer will be presenting their collections to a wide audience in Rome during the Fashion Week.

Fashion Show – Various walk styles for the presentation of fashion

Two important running styles characterize the catwalk at fashion shows. The wording is different and depends on the choreographer. Roughly, the running styles are divided into the following two divisions.

Pret-à-Porter – casual walk for models

The Casual Walk is, in keeping with the collections, looser than the Design Walk. The models are allowed to slightly swing their hips, the upper body and the gaze need not be rigid. There is a friendly, motivating smile on the model’s face. At the end of the catwalk a posing takes place. The models seek eye contact with the audience. A wink, a kiss in the air or a sexy smile are allowed and welcome.

Haute Couture – Fashion / design walk of the upper class

When it comes to the design walk, the models really function as mannequins, that is, it’s all about the outfit. The look of the models is directed straight forward, no expression is distorted, no eye contact takes place. The shoulders are pulled back, the pelvis goes forward. The models try not to move their torso while running. At the end of the catwalk no posing takes place. The model should not distract from the collection of the designer, this is absolutely the focus.

Fashion Photography – Fashion & Haute Couture

Since the turn of the millennium, the three top dogs Vogue, Vanity Fair and Harper’s Bazaar no longer dominate the field alone – today’s fashion photographer is increasingly working for independent magazines and has raised the artistic standards for his pictures. The boundaries between art and fashion photography are becoming blurred, while the previously rather uniformly commercial direction is becoming blurred. That’s what our fashion photographer Oliver Rudolph says about fashion photography then and now! You want to learn to take pictures yourself? Here you can find our book recommendation: Learn to take pictures.

Fashion photography today – trends, zeitgeist and high fashion

Even today, the profession is subject to the constant change of ideals and the development of fashion itself, which is why my job as a fashion photographer lives particularly from flexibility and adaptability, and also requires a lot of openness for new things and a feel for trends. Anyone who equates the profession of fashion photographer with the mere photographing of clothes is clearly subject to a socially widespread cliché. Even today it is important to sum up the dreams of a society, the spirit of the times and the personal desires of a decade, and to stage them consciously as a fashion photographer.

Fashion photography, especially haute couture, should not only be visually appealing and aesthetically inspiring, but should also encourage the viewer to participate and imitate and at best be one step ahead of its era. The representation of fashion merges here with the representation of an idea. In close cooperation, whether fashion advertising agency, art director or marketing agent – from Los Angeles to London. The result is ultimately the ultimate staging – not of the dress, but of the fashionably dressed personality.

Fashion photography back then – big idols & fashion magazines

The first fashion photographer Adolphe Braun to be regarded as such published the first “Fashion Magazine” in 1856: a book with 288 photographs of the Comtesse Virginial Oldoini, who was the first fashion model to present her robes there. Since photography was by no means suitable for the masses and reproduction was still in its infancy, not much happened in the following years until 1892, when the first fashion series was printed in La Mode Pratique.

Fashion photography took a step forward at the beginning of the 20th century with the “Harper’s Bazaar”, the “Vogue” and the “Vanity Fair”, which until then had had to resort to sketched drawings. You can find out who’s the trend today here: fashion magazines. More and more fashion sections are published, and at the same time the first photo studios for fashion photography are being set up in Europe’s metropolises. Thanks to these circumstances, fashion photography had become an art form until the 1930s.

Until then, everything had focused on European centres such as Berlin, Paris and Hamburg. During the Second World War, most fashion photographers relocated their creative centres to the USA, where the hottest fashion centre ever established itself: New York.

Changes, trends and zeitgeist influence photography

The next change is due to a generational change between photographers and models, which is why fashion photography developed into a younger, more dynamic field of art in the 1960s. A decade later, fetishism and pornography came to the fore, but during the 1980s this declined sharply again and photography now took place in aesthetic worlds and often in classical black-and-white.

Since the fall of communism, fashion photographers have also become more realistic in their expression. The “Heroine Look” is also developing into a subculture of its own, and fashion photographers such as David LaChapelle are promoting the glamorous style that is so popular today. At the end of the 90s, the field repeatedly took a step in the direction of more freedom of movement – and fashion photography finally became what it is today.

Top Fashion Shows New York: Autumn / Winter 2017

Soon it’s time again! The big meeting of designers, new collections and a lot of press. From the 9th of September the fashion world in New York is upside down again. The first Fashion Week took place in New York in 1943 and was initiated by fashion journalist Eleanor Lambert. Thus, Fashion Week has been a long tradition for decades. Many fashion designers come and go with this tradition. Which designers have really shone last season and what makes them special here.

Best Shows Fashion Week New York: Autumn / Winter 2017

From classics like Chanel to newcomers like Victoria Beckham. Each designer has his own style. Whether sporty-chic, classic or extravagant. At Fashion Week New York Fall / Winter 2017 everything was back. Here are our favorites:

Alexander Wang – Chief Designer at Balenciaga

For American fashion designer Alexander Wang, one fashion show is more dramatic than the other. In his fall / winter collection 2017 he achieves a captivating mood through techno and a dark collection. Alexander Wang’s garments are known for their mix of grunge chic, minimalism and street style. Although the fashion designer started his career only since 2005, he can not be thought away from Fashion Weeks alongside Chanel and Gucci. In addition, Alexander Wang has also been chief designer at Balenciaga since 2008, which is why we assume that we can look forward to his pieces for a while!

Michael Kors – career since childhood

Since 1998, many women dream of owning a Michael Kors handbag. If it is not a bag, then it will be shoes, jewelry or watches. But beware, there are also men’s fashion! His collections, whether men or women, are characterized by a mixture of sportiness and elegance, the so-called “jet-set attitude” is the keyword here. Michael Kors himself has not only been seen on the scene since his fashion career, because even as a small child, the top designer was seen in several TV spots, such as for a cornflake brand. From show business to internationally recognized fashion designer!

Chanel with world-renowned chief designer Karl Lagerfeld

The eternal classic in fashion heaven. It all started in 1921 with the best-selling perfume “Chanel No. 5” to date. The little black girl was born 5 years later. With Karl Lagerfeld at the top of the team, new, timeless fashion is still being created from season to season. Many people even invest more in Chanel bags than in real estate, as their value increases every year. Particularly popular for this is the model “Flap Bag 2.55”.

Victoria Beckham with fashion for the modern woman

From music, to acting, to modeling and now also a designer. A true all-rounder! In her collections she tries to design fashion for every everyday situation – “Fashion has to be comfortable” is her motto. At the New York Fashion Week Fall / Winter 2017, she presented fashion for the modern woman. With a mix of classical music and techno she thrilled her audience with garments that also combine classic and modern elements. Victoria Beckham herself exchanged her Higheels for white sneakers, as they are much better suited for their stressful everyday lives with 4 children. A statement to all women!

Highlights of Fashion Week

If you want to see all the highlights of New York Fashion Week Fall / Winter: Check out our playlist here!

The next Fashion Weeks in New York, Milan and Paris

September 2017

New York Fashion Week (Women’s)
September 7 – 14, 2017

London Fashion Week (Women’s)
September 15 – 19, 2017

Milan Fashion Week (Women’s)
September 20 – 26, 2017

Paris Fashion Week (Women’s)
September 26 – October 3, 2017

October 2017
Nyfw: Bridal (Cfda)
October 4 – 9, 2017
November 2017
New York Pre-fall
Throughout November and December
January 2018
Milan Men’s
January 13 – 16, 2018

Pitti (Menswear Tradeshow in Florence)
June 16 – 19, 2018

Paris Men’s
January 17 – 21, 2018

Paris Haute Couture
January 22 – 25, 2018
February 2018
New York Fashion Week (Men’s)
February 5 – 8, 2018

New York Fashion Week (Women’s)
February 8 – 16, 2018

London Fashion Week (Women’s)
February 16 – 20, 2018

Milan Fashion Week (Women’s)
February 21 – 27, 2018

Paris Fashion Week (Women’s)
February 27 – March 6, 2018
April 2018
Bridal Shows
June 2018
Paris Fashion Week (Men’s)
June 20 – 24, 2018
July 2018
Paris Haute Couture
July 1 – 5, 2018
September 2018
New York Fashion Week (Women’s)
September 6 – 14, 2018

London Fashion Week (Women’s)
September 14 – 18, 2018

Milan Fashion Week (Women’s)
September 19 – 25, 2018

Paris Fashion Week (Women’s)
September 25 – October 5, 2018

Source: fashionweekonline.com/fashion-week-dates