On May 21, Balenciaga will unveil its spring 2023 collection in New York City, the Paris-based fashion house, controlled by Kering, announced. The venue is still unknown, but it’s the latest sign that destination fashion shows are making a comeback, as the pandemic loosens its grasp

As reported, Pucci will unveil its first designs by Camille Miceli in Capri on April 28, and Dior will showcase Maria Grazia Chiuri’s pre-fall 2022 women’s ready-to-wear collection in Seoul on April 30.

A Chanel show will kick off the 2023 cruise season on May 5 in Monaco, and a Louis Vuitton show will take place on May 12 in southern California. In the meantime, Gucci has set May 16 for a coed show in Europe, and Kim Jones plans to unveil his spring 2023 men’s collection for Dior on May 19.

It will soon be necessary to be a billionaire to see the collections of the French designers, and that goes very well to the bosses of the luxury brands.