The overall aim of the “mutual support agreement” is to reinforce Paris’ status as the capital of fashion.
The soon-to-be-revived heritage brand will fill the slot previously held by Céline, according to the provisional calendar.
Brands set to stage runway shows on the official calendar include Vetements, GmbH and Dunhill London.
From today, the federation will be know as La Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode.
The Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture has selected five new guest members for the July shows in Paris.
The men’s wear labels have been elected full-fledged members of the union.
Some 11 young France-based designers took part in the fall edition of the Chambre Syndicale-backed showroom.
There are now 15 fashion houses with the elite credentials, which carry stringent requirements.