There’s nothing like a designer announcing their Spring 2023 shows to make us realize that summer is coming to an end.
On Thursday, the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) and IMG released preliminary schedules for New York Fashion Week, which runs from September 9th to September 14th. Each brand announces next spring’s collection. The season kicks off with his Proenza Schouler on Friday at 4:00pm and concludes with former CFDA President Tom Ford’s debut on Wednesday at 8:00pm.
Altuzarra, Brandon Maxwell, Carolina Herrera, Christian Siriano, Coach, Gabriela Hirst, Jason Wu, Kite, Laquan Smith, Lure, Markarian, Michael Kors, Peter Do and Praval Gurung are among the 109 men in the New York Fashion Week line-up. Designer confirmed. , Sergio Hudson, Teofilio, Tory Burch, Victor Gremaux, Willie Chavarria. (Last year, IMG introduced a new program called the IMG Fashion Alliance, which helps designers who commit to show their collections in New York.) And Tommy Hilfiger and Elia are back, and Fendi is back. , Marni and Cos are three international brands on the exterior.
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As for New York Fashion Week newcomers, we have finalists for the 2022 CFDA/.trend Never-before-seen fashion funds on the calendar, including Fe Noel, Skayna, No Seso, Elena Velez, Judy Turner, Wiederhooft and Blackboynit, will be showcasing their latest collections in New York. Meanwhile, AnOnlyChild, Ashlyn, Heron Preston, Foo and Foo, Midnight Studios, One/Of by Patricia Voto and Tia Adeola will be joining and debuting on the official schedule.
“This year marks the 60th anniversary of the CFDA, and as the host of the official schedule for NYFW, we are extremely proud to release a line-up that reflects our founding philosophy of promoting American fashion on a global scale.” The CEO said in a statement. “We celebrate excellence, diversity and resilience across the industry and look forward to a strong American collection season with our esteemed international guests.”
The CFDA said all scheduled in-person events “will be conducted in accordance with New York State health guidelines,” and will release an updated Covid-19 health and safety memo ahead of New York Fashion Week.
Here is the provisional schedule for New York Fashion Week.
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