This is the last port of call for the fashion editors, bloggers and fashionistas, who've been on the run since New York kicked off in early February. Here is our guide to the best sites to get the most out of the shows, whether you're on the ground or viewing from afar.
Don't miss our page on favourite designers
showing at Paris.
MODE A PARIS
Is the official site of the Fédération Française de la Couture du Prêt-à-Porter des Couturiers et des Créateurs de Mode. It's where you'll find the official schedule and all related (read: vital) information.
PARIS FASHION WEEK
If you're prepping for fashion week in Paris, this is a great additional port of call, the online resource is chock full of galleries, videos and red carpet events.
FASHION WEEK ONLNE
This is the place you want to for live videos, first up will be Barbara Bui on the third of March. There's also a really handy feature where all images hashtagged PFW will appear on one page, if you can't be bothered to go trawling the gram yourself.
Forbes might not be known specifically for its fashion coverage but this article is an excellent guide to the nightspots du jour for those visiting the city.
Susie Lau is well known as one of the harder working bloggers and her Instagram feed is a testament to how many shows she attends, they are all covered quickly and astutely on her blog with insightful expert editorial from a blogger who has become part of the fashion firmament.
Vogue of course is top of the tree when it comes to la mode. Everything is there on its timeline in abundance, behind the scenes, interviews with the latest designers and makeup artists and of course the clothes.
STYLE.COM has recently been acquired by Conde Nast and for a reason, because it's the number one place to go for show coverage, entire collections springing up on its site within hours of the models stalking the catwalk. Further Style will post images as soon as they are in, adding reviews later which is not the case for all fashion publications.
3 March 2015