School Fashion day Trip to Paris

Inspire your fashion students by bringing them to one of the world's fashion capitals.

Visit the Paris fashion markets, Yves Saint Laurent Foundation, the Musée de la Mode et du Textile and many more. A visit to Paris would not be complete without seeing its iconic landmarks: the Eiffel Tower, a symbol of French civic pride; Notre Dame, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture; and the Arc de Triomphe, a symbol of French victory.

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Depart school

Day 1

Channel crossing

Arrive in Paris (day to be spent exploring the city on foot or by public transport)

On arrival group to have a 'Create a Bag' workshop

Time to buy lunch

Group to visit Yves Saint Laurent Foundation

Time to walk along the Champs Elysées

Coach to collect group and depart Paris

Channel crossing

  Arrive back at school    
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“Paris is a wonderful city. The metro is cheap and easy to use. Museums are excellent and the people were friendly and helpful.”

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Musée Yves Saint Laurent

Musée Yves Saint Laurent

The Yves Saint Laurent Foundation opened this museum in 2004. The foundation was created to conserve the history of the House of Yves Saint Laurent, whose Haute Couture operations ceased on 31st October 2002. The Pierre Bergé - Yves Saint Laurent foundation has set itself three primary goals: - To conserve the 5,000 Haute Couture garments and the 15,000 accessories, sketches and assor...

Paris Fashion Markets

Paris Fashion Markets

Paris' fashion markets offer brand new and vintage clothing items. Take a trip to the historic Carreau du Temple, which specialises in clothing or visit another unmissable market, the Saint-Pierre Hall Textiles Market, which is a must for fashion groups.

Create a Bag Workshop

Create a Bag Workshop

Travel to a cozy workshop in central Paris and learn how to create fashionable, wearable art that allows you to carry your things in style. Paint a name, custom logo, cityscape, and more as you create your own tote bag with an original painted design. Turn your inspiration into reality with guidance from a professional teacher, who has years of experience creating fashionable bags. All mater...

Fashion Tour of Paris

Fashion Tour of Paris

Groups will be able to choose from one of the following tours which will show the world of Fashion in Paris: Rue du fbg st Honoré, Rue St Honoré, Rue Cambon (Including a private visit of a Chanel boutique); Avenue Montaigne (including private visits to Dior And Saint Laurent boutiques), Avenue George V; the secrets of the Place Vendôme and designer jewellery and ...

Pierre Cardin Museum

Pierre Cardin Museum

At the end of his career, the designer, Pierre Cardin, wanted to create a "Museum of Fashion", as a tribute to his life's work. As a result, the museum he gave his name to holds a selection of his most original creations and represents his work from different phases of his career. Here, you will find a selection of the most futuristic to the most refined items, in all mater...

Galeries Lafayette Fashion Show

Galeries Lafayette Fashion Show

For an exclusive sneak peak at this season’s fashion, attend the weekly fashion show at Galeries Lafayette, held every Friday at 3pm on the 7th floor of the main Haussmann store in the Salon Opéra. Presented by a team of six professional models, they show off the latest trends from the most famous designer and couturier collections.  The 30 minute presen...

Musée de la Mode et du Textile

Musée de la Mode et du Textile

The Musée de la Mode et du Textile opened in the Marsan wing of the Louvre in 1905, moving in 1997 to the Rohan wing. The 3,000 m2 museum currently houses over 16 000 costumes from the 16th century to modern times. In addition, it has over 35,000 fashion accessories and 30,000 pieces of fabric – in all, 81,000 items illustrate the evolution of clothing from the R&eacut...

Jewellery Workshop

Jewellery Workshop

Visit the store and workshop of the jewellery brand, "Cecile & Jeanne". Created 22 years ago, you will be able to discover the glamorous and up-market collections, discover the creative workshop prototypes and take charge of customizing jewellery. Each piece requires a wide variety of materials and techniques, some of which will be presented. As an option, following t...

Musée Louis Vuitton

Musée Louis Vuitton

Visit the Louis Vuitton Museum and learn about the history of the brand since its launch in 1854. The visit is free but must be organised directly by the school. 

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