The global pandemic has meant a change of scene for many of the world's biggest designers, with many choosing to step down from the official schedule (including Saint Laurent and Gucci), while others such as Chanel and Burberry came up with new creative formats.
But, it looks like Paris Fashion Week will still be going ahead in September.
The Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode (FHCM) announced in a statement that "it will take place from Monday, September 28th to Tuesday, October 6th and will comply for its implementation to the recommendations of public authorities".
It added, "Its organisation will be completed by the platform set up for Paris FashionWeek® online," hinting that it would have to comply with health and safety rules to make sure the shows are safe for everyone.
No other information has been released so far, but we can be sure it won't look anything like past seasons. Respecting social distancing might mean more spaced out seats for press, therefore a more limited amount of attendees.