The Palais de Tokyo and fashion, a long history. In 2012, the Chloé. Attitudes exhibition celebrates the 60th anniversary of the French fashion house Chloé. On this occasion, sixteen iconic pieces from the house’s archives have been re-edited. Among them, “Embrun”: cult jersey dress from the Autumn-Winter 1960 collection. In 2013, the exhibition Virgule, etc. pays tribute to the genius Roger Vivier, a fundamental reference in the history of fashion and creator of the stiletto heel. In 2015, Sapeurs de Kinshasa took over the Palais de Tokyo for the exhibition Le Bord des Mondes (The Edge of the Worlds), where Iris van Herpen pushes the boundaries of fashion into unknown worlds by presenting her avant-garde creations. Since 2007, the Palais de Tokyo has been hosting the biggest names of Paris Fashion Week: Rick Owens, Thierry Mugler, Elie Saab, Nina Ricci, Chloé, Issey Miyake, Armani, Galliano, Cerruti, Jacquemus, etc. At the same time, since 2017, the Fashion Program has been committed to young emerging designers through a series of hybrid and offbeat events.