Chanel has decided against showing its 2020/21 cruise show in Capri, which was scheduled for 7 May. The fashion house said that its “foremost consideration is the health and well-being of our teams and guests”, in a statement. The label is “examining alternative ways of presenting its collection in Capri at a later date and in a different format”.
Dior has indefinitely postponed its cruise show, which was set to take place in Lecce, Puglia, on 9 May. “As a preventive measure, in accordance with instructions from public authorities, and to reinforce the coordination of international directives, the House of Dior has decided to postpone its cruise show in order to ensure the safety of all its employees, collaborators and guests,” Dior said in a statement provided to WWD.
The French fashion house has cancelled its resort show, which had been scheduled to take place in London in April. “Due to the exceptional health situation, Hermès, concerned with protecting all of its teams and partners and welcoming its guests in the best conditions, has decided not to present its spring 2021 cruise collection in London on 28 April. The house shows its empathy to all those affected by the current situation,” the brand said in a statement
Max Mara’s resort 2021 show will no longer be held in St. Petersburg, Russia, on 25 May due to “precautionary measures” in light of the recent global outbreak of coronavirus.
Gucci has closed all of its production sites until 20 March “as a further precautionary measure to protect the health and safety of our communities.” It comes after the news that the Italy announced the closure of all nonessential commercial activities.