Five Places To Visit In Paris Fashion Week 2020
Paris Fashion Week, the most prestigious fashion show in the world, is scheduled to take place from March to April. The show has been held annually since 1969, and over 500,000 people are expected to attend the show each year. All the leading fashion designers come to Paris for a two-week gathering, and the show is really an event not to be missed by those interested in the hottest fashion trends today.
This year, the show will feature 20 shows, including the Grand Promenade from 10am to 5pm every day and the Palais Garnier from 7pm to 11pm every night. It is also expected that even more fashion shows will be held in the city, to make the event truly international.
There are many different parts of the city where you can go for a Paris Fashion Week trip. Many localities have their own district of their city where you can visit to get a glimpse of the top fashion designers and their creative works. Here are some of the places where you can get the best of the fashion events in the city.
Belfort – This district of Paris has its fair share of fashion galleries and boutiques. Its stores and boutiques display a variety of fashion goods and beautiful clothing items. It is the center of the Champs-Elysees district, the capital’s historic area. This district is known for the grandeur of its buildings and the brilliant lights found in the streets.
Marchand-De-La-Marchand – This part of Paris is renowned for its Art Nouveau style. One of the most notable places where you can find the local people dressed in wonderful clothes is the Place des Vosges, which is a focal point of the district.
Plage – A part of the district known as the Faubourg Marigny, this district is packed with fashionable bars and eateries. Some of the popular French bars and restaurants in the district include Le Moulin, which is often called the “Big Nightclub”, and La Gourmand, which is known for its luxurious and elegant atmosphere.
Petit Plage – This neighborhood in the south of the city is packed with shops and boutiques. People visit this neighborhood mainly because of its famous department store, which is called Le Bon Marché. These days, the street on which the department store is located is called Plage des Princes.
Seine-et-Oise – This neighborhood is filled with many boutiques and designer boutiques. You can find a good collection of clothes accessories in this neighborhood.
Lido – Located at the northern part of the city, this neighborhood is filled with museums and cultural houses. There are many cafes and restaurants in this part of the city.
Eiffel Tower – The Eiffel Tower is one of the most recognizable landmarks in Paris. It is also a venue for several fashion shows each year.
Besides Paris, other cities across Europe have their own fashion and style conventions and events. The fact that these events are held in foreign countries increases the chance of having a bigger turnout of fashion lovers in the city. Make sure to visit the places mentioned above if you plan to attend the next Paris Fashion Week in 2020.