重大國際時裝週盛事 Major International Fashion Weeks Christmas
The Big Four fashion weeks always take place in the same order—New York, London, Milan, and Paris.
New York is the oldest fashion week and London the newest, having started in 1943 and 1984, respectively. As the grandmother of the fashion weeks, New York is considered the "safest" and shows the most conservative, wearable clothes. London is the rebellious teenager of the family, and its designers tend to ignore current trends and show whatever they like!
An Italian event was added in 1958, but it was held first in Florence, then Rome, and finally Milan. Today, Milan Fashion Week hosts some of the most commercially successful labels in the world, such as Gucci, Prada, and D&G. However, Paris is still considered the fashion capital of the world, and that is why its collections are always shown last. It was added to the Big Four in 1973.