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Here’s Where All the Cruise 2020 Shows Will Be Held

From historic museums to jet-set runway locations...

As a announced by creative director Nicolas Ghesquière on Instagram yesterday, Louis Vuitton’s upcoming Cruise 2020 fashion show will take place on May 8th, 2019 in *drumroll please* New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport Terminal. Formally known as the TWA Flight Center, the sprawling building was created by architect Eero Saarinen in 1962, and was featured in the blockbuster film Catch Me If You Can.

While not all the shows can be held in a space that screams high flying fashion, more resort and cruise shows will be taking place this spring and summer in sophisticated locations around the world. Here’s a handy guide to the whereabouts of every Cruise 2020 show taking place this upcoming season.

 

April 29th: The Christian Dior Resort 2020 show will be taking place amongst the vibrant bazaars of Marrakech, Morocco.

May 2nd: Prada will be hosting its Resort 2020 show in New York following the Met Gala, but no word on the location yet.

May 3rd: Chanel is keeping it classic by holding their first Cruise show after the death of Karl Lagerfeld at the iconic Grand Palais in Paris.

May 28th: The Gucci Cruise 2020 show will be held amongst Roman statues and Renaissance art at The Capitoline Museums in Rome.

June 3rd: Max Mara will bring their classic camel coats to cultured city of Berlin, Germany.

Date TBD: Giorgio Armani will present his first ever men’s and women’s resort pre-collection at the reopening celebrations of the Armani/Ginza Tower in Japan.