PSA: The official (albeit tentative) schedule and details for Spring 2023 New York Fashion Week have been announced. The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) has partnered with IMG to announce the lineup of September’s runway shows. The event kicks off on his Friday, September 9th and runs through Wednesday, September 14th. For those of you planning to attend the event, whether it’s virtual or his IRL, it’s time to start preparing yourself (and your wardrobe) for 6 events. – now an all-day affair.
This time around, many established international labels are joining the NYFW schedule. For one, Swedish brand COS will make his NYFW debut on Sept. 13 (minimalist fashion lovers, rejoice!). On the night of September 9th, Fendi (yes, that’s right) will host a special show to mark his 25th anniversary of Baguette his bags. Finally, Milan-based brand Marni is “on tour,” in the words of Marni’s creative his director Francesco Risso.
To date, over 100 designers have been confirmed to attend major fashion events. As usual, the latest collections of familiar heavy hitters like Tory Burch, Prabal Gurung, Altusarra and Michael Kors are set to hit the runway next month. Additionally, brands such as Tommy Hilfiger, AREA and PUMA are also returning to NYFW after taking a hiatus from their seasonal runway shows. Up-and-coming fashion designers such as ASHLYN, One/Of by Patricia Voto and Tia Adeola are also among his CFDA/trend Fashion Fund finalists are Fe Noel, Sukeina, No Sesso, Elena Velez, Judy Turner, Wiederhoeft and Black Boy Knits.
The sartorial relationship begins with the showcase of Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough’s Proenza Schouler Spring/Summer 2023 collection on Friday, September 9th. NYFW’s closing act is Tom His Ford’s Runway Gala on Wednesday, September 14 at 8:00 PM EST.
This year’s exhibition also has special significance, as the CFDA itself is celebrating its 60th anniversary. “As the organizers of the official NYFW schedule, we are extremely excited to release a line-up that reflects our founding philosophy of promoting American fashion on a global scale,” said Council CEO Stephen Kolb 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.”
All in-person events at NYFW will be held in accordance with the COVID-19 guidelines and best practices outlined by the New York State Department of Health. As with last year, both runway shows and presentations will continue to be delivered through his RUNWAY360, CFDA’s centralized digital fashion hub. See the full NYFW schedule at cfda.com. Then stay tuned for fashion week updates from TZR.