Paris fashion week: schedule

Here is the complete show schedule for Paris fashion week, which starts March 1. No word yet on whether Dior's creative director John Galliano - who was detained by police and subsequently suspended from his position for making anti-semitic remarks last week - will show his two lines, scheduled to walk March 4 and March 6.

Tuesday, March1

12.00 Fatima Lopes
13.00 Harryhalim
14.00 Moon Young Hee
15.00 Aganovich
16.00 Anthony Vaccarello
17.00 Corrado de Biase
18.00 Hakaan
19.00 Nicolas Andreas Taralis
20.00 Thimister

Wednesday, March 2

10.00 Dévastée
10.30 Atsuro Tayama
11.00 Damir Doma
12.00 Guy Laroche
13.00 Anne-Valérie Hash
14.00 Limi Feu
15.00 Dries Van Noten
16.00 Felipe Oliveira Baptista
17.00 Rochas
18.00 Gareth Pugh
19.00 Junko Maeda
20.00 Rue du Mail
21.30 Mugler

Thursday, March 3

10.00 Balenciaga
11.00 Zac Posen
12.00 Manish Arora
13.00 Ann Demeulemeester
14.00 Sharon Wauchob
15.00 Balmain
16.00 Barbara Bui
17.00 Rick Owens
18.00 Lutz
19.00 A.F. Vandevorst
20.00 Nina Ricci
21.00 Bless

Friday, March 4

10.00 Roland Mouret
11.00 Issey Miyake
12.00 Gaspard Yurkievich
12.30 Dusan
13.00 Amaya Arzuaga
14.30 Christian Dior
15.30 Isabel Marant
16.30 Maison Martin Margiela
17.30 Lanvin
18.30 Vivienne Westwood
19.00 Rundholz
19.30 Pedro Lourenco
20.00 Andrea Crews
20.30 Yohji Yamamoto

Saturday, March 5

09.30 Junya Watanabe
10.30 Haider Ackermann
11.30 Tsumori Chisato
12.00 Lie Sang Bong
12.30 Martin Grant
13.30 Viktor & Rolf
14.30 Cacharel
15.30 Véronique Leroy
16.30 Sonia Rykiel
17.30 Comme des Garçons
19.00 Jean-Paul Gaultier
20.00 Loewe

Sunday, March 6

10.00 Akris
11.00 Andrew GN
12.00 Alexis Mabille
13.00 Céline
14.00 Costume National
15.00 Steffie Christiaens
16.00 Hermès
17.00 John Galliano
18.00 Kenzo
19.00 Estrella Archs
20.00 Givenchy

Monday, March 7

10.00 Stella McCartney
11.00 Emanuel Ungaro
12.00 Léonard
13.30 Giambattista Valli
15.00 Valentin Yudashkin
16.00 Chloé
17.00 Commuun
18.00 Vanessa Bruno
18.30 Claudine Ivari
19.00 Jasmin Santanen
19.30 Yves Saint Laurent
20.30 Valerian Hughes
21.00 Paul & Joe

Tuesday, March 8

10.00 Chanel
11.30 Collette Dinnigan
12.00 René Storck
12.30 Jean-Charles de Castelbajac
13.30 Ingrid Vlasov
14.30 Valentino
15.30 Junko Shimada
17.00 Moncler Gamme Rouge
17.30 Shiatzy Chen
18.30 Julien David
19.30 Alexander McQueen
21.00 Traore Mossi

Wednesday, March 9

11.00 Talbot Runhof
12.30 Arzu Kaprol
14.30 Miu Miu
15.30 Agnès B
16.30 Elie Saab
17.30 Rad Hourani
19.00 Louis Vuitton

Paris Fashion Week has no central platform from which it live streams its shows, but most big brands - such as Louis Vuitton or Chanel - will broadcast their collections via their websites and Facebook profiles.

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