In the midst of the growing concerns of the COVID-19 pandemic in France specifically, the Federation de la Haute Couture et de la Mode has revealed that Haute Couture Fashion Week will continue to go on virtually from January 25-28.
Whilst the schedule will continue to showcase Haute Couture heavyweights such as Christian Dior, Chanel, Fendi, Giambattista Valli and regional stars Georges Hobeika and Zuhair Murad, we now know the full details of Valentino‘s upcoming showcase.
Through a special presentation conceived by Creative Director Pierpaolo Piccioli and British artist Robert Del Naja, Valentino will reveal its Spring/Summer ’21 Haute Couture collection on January 26 at 3pm CET (that’s 6pm for us), and you can expect it to be as grand as it will be graceful.
What we do know is that the artwork featuring the collection will be filmed in Rome — more specifically, the Galleria Colonna, Sala Grande, Roma — and the space will also play a pivotal role in including a film made by the artist.
Until then, discover Prada’s Fall/Winter ’21 Men’s collection.