SS15 Ready to Wear Season

This week the SS15 Ready to Wear season will open, which will once again see a focus shift to the world’s fashion hubs of New York, London, Milan and Paris.

With each city known for its unique sense of style, presentation of shows and of history of designers, fluoro will keep you informed with key collections from a diverse range of designers.

See below for our selection from the SS15 Ready to Wear season, across the cities of New York, London, Milan and Paris.

New York: Thursday 4 – Thursday 11 September

Thursday 4 September
–        Desigual 3.00pm (EDT)

Friday 5 September
–        Carmen Marc Valvo 2.00pm (EDT)

Sunday 7 September
–        Parkchoonmoo 9.00pm (EDT)

Monday 8 September
–        Carolina Herrera 10.00am (EDT)
–        Dennis Basso 1.00pm (EDT)

Tuesday 9 September
–        Naeem Khan 2.00pm (EDT) 

Wednesday 10 September
–        Clover Canyon 5.30pm (EDT)

London: Friday 12 – Tuesday 16 September

Friday 12 September
–        Daks 1.00pm (BST)

Saturday 13 September
–        Antipodium 11.30am (BST)
–        J.W. Anderson 4.00pm (BST)

Sunday 14 September
–        Richard Nicoll 11.00am (BST)
–        Paul Smith 4.00pm (BST)
–        Vivienne Westwood 4.00pm (BST)
–        Jonathan Saunders 8.00pm (BST)

Monday 15 September
–        Mulberry 9.30pm (BST)
–        Christopher Kane 3.00pm (BST)

Tuesday 16 September
–        Simone Rocha 11.00am (BST)
–        Meadham Kirchhoff 4.00pm (BST)

Milan: Wednesday 17 – Monday 22 September

Wednesday 17 September
–        Alberta Ferretti 5.00pm (CEST)

Thursday 18 September
–        Uma Wang 12.00pm (CEST)
–        Costume National 4.00pm (CEST)
–        Moschino 8.00pm (CEST)

Friday 19 September
–        Etro 2.00pm (CEST)
–        Philipp Plein 9.00pm (CEST)

Saturday 20 September
–        Genny 1.00pm (CEST)
–        Antonio Marras 2.00pm (CEST)
–        Jil Sander 3.00pm (CEST)
–        Musso 8.00pm (CEST)

Sunday 21 September
–        Salvatore Ferragamo 11.00am (CEST)
–        Anteprima 8.00pm (CEST)

Paris: Tuesday 23 September – Wednesday 1 October

Wednesday 24 September
–        Dries Van Noten 3.00pm (CEST)

Thursday 25 September
–        Ann Demeulemeester 1.00pm (CEST)

Friday 26 September
–        Chalayan 11.00am (CEST)
–        A.F. Vandevorst 7.30pm (CEST)
–        Yohji Yamamoto 8.30pm (CEST)

Saturday 27 September
–        Haider Ackermann 10.30am (CEST)
–        Comme Des Garçons 5.30pm (CEST)

Sunday 28 September
–        Maison Rabij Kayrouz 3.00pm (CEST)
–        Akris 6.00pm (CEST)

Tuesday 30 September
–        Iris Van Herpen 4.30pm (CEST)

Wednesday 1 October
–        Hermes 4.00pm (CEST)

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