Global Fashion week 2017 dates

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We are just one week away to enter into 2017, and we start with the new Runway week calendar starting from the London's men fashion week followed by Milan, Paris, New York, New Delhi, Mumbai. At F-trend we will cover and review the major shows with our in-depth analysis, trend reports.  

Global Fashion week 2017 dates

London fashion week is known for the young talented designers, and some of the old designers houses like Burberry.

Lakme Fashion week Summer Resort 2017- India's one of the biggest fashion week gala will kick off from February 1 to February 5. The venue of the show has been changed this year to JioGarden. To get more information about the show click here. This year 5 new designers will be showcasing there intricate designs selected from the Gen-next entries.

New York fashion week -  Men's fashion week for fall 2017 will take place from the date January 30 to Feb 2 after that one can witness women's Fall 2017 runway show starting from February 9-17. If you wish to watch it live you can follow this space for all the buzzes of the show and live coverage. You can also watch the live streaming of the New York fashion show at here -

New York fashion week is considered as the event for the industry previews, its open the journalists, medias and celebrities. To attend the event you must have the pre-show invitations.

Milan Fashion Week - is one of the strongest of the fashion weeks, with catwalks from legendary designers such as Gucci, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Fendi -- the list is as long as it is impressive. Although many of the shows happen under the umbrella of the Italian Chamber of Fashion, many more do not.

Paris Fashion Week - considered as the "mother" of all fashion weeks. And though, technically, Paris was the last city to adopt a fashion week (the first, surprisingly, was New York), Paris is, after all, the birthplace of fashion, and of the "haute couture" salon shows that became fashion week.

Runway Shows in January 2017

London Fashion Week Men's
January 6 – 9, 2017
Milan Fashion Week Men's
January 14 – 17, 2017
Paris Fashion Week Men's
January 18 – 22, 2017
Paris: Haute Couture
January 22 – 26, 2017
New York Fashion Week (Men's)
January 30 – February 2, 2017

Runway Shows in February 2017


Lakme Fashion week S/R 2017
February 1 – 5, 2017 
New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2017
February 9 – 17, 2017
London Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2017
February 17 – 21, 2017
Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2017
February 22 – 28, 2017
Paris Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2017

February 28 – March 8, 2017 


The Instant fashion/ See-it-buy-it

The fashion designers are trying to cope up against current system where fast fashion companies like Zara and H&M knock off the runway trend with little tweaks and they put it into market within the month of runway show. Now designers are trying to give an option where you can buy the runways styles instantly after the show ends.

Rebecca Minkoff was the first New York designer to show in-season last February and a few companies showed “see-now-by-now” capsules. But the movement picked up steam in the fall when several big names, including Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Tom Ford, Michael Kors and Burberry, got behind it in a big way. Designers offered everything from a handful of items to a capsule to a full-blown collection shown in-season. Whether instant fashion was a gimmick or salvation for a severely challenged industry was debated all year.

The consensus was that instant fashion requires huge organizational abilities and financial muscle, and if the concept really takes off, it is likely to be mainly for larger, more widely distributed brands, like Hilfiger, Lauren, Burberry, Tom Ford and Minkoff. Their shows this past September turned into major events, with the goal of generating excitement via social media (or traditional media) in the hopes of driving consumers to stores or online to buy.


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