FashionTV is the first global media vehicle to deliver the latest fashion trends, models, events, news and gossip.
FashionTV is first in information - when it happens, where it happens.
FashionTV is the first to show the latest trends, fashion weeks, models, events and fashion locations all around the world.
FashionTV's unique mix of production, distribution, innovative technology and broadcasting give its viewers a VIP seat in the best available quality.
EVERYTHING THAT HAPPENS IN THE WORLD OF FASHION AND TRENDS, HAPPENS ON FASHIONTV.
Founded in France in 1997 by its president Michel Adam Lisowski, FashionTV has become one of the most widely-distributed satellite channels in the world: 31 satellite and 2,000 cable systems, with a total of 500 million households in 192 countries across the five continents.
Since its inception in 1997, fashiontv has been setting the highest standards for excellence in fashion and lifestyle broadcasting.
The only TV equivalent to fashion print media appealing to everyone interested in fashion, style, beauty and trends, fashiontv understands and caters to its audience by providing original, unbiased and informative programming not available on other networks. A strong image and exceptional awareness of fashiontv’s brand projects a unique, cosmopolitan and a modern style allowing for influential partnerships with many global brands.
FashionTV entertains and inspires its audience by providing an insider’s view of the fashion industry in a highly desired clip-based content. With over 100 hours of new programming each month showcasing the latest trends, major fashion shows, designer events and highlights of fashion industry professionals, FTV offers the most comprehensive and fastest review of fashion anywhere.
Launching in Paris, Europe’s fashion capital, FTV’s initial strategy was to obtain a global dominance of the fashion-broadcasting sector. Within the first 10 years of its existence, FTV swiftly expanded towards the east, and got established in some of the world’s most populated countries like China and India. Soon after, FTV became the reference for fashion on television also in remote markets like Australia, Africa and South America.