The Council of Fashion Designers of America, in partnership with IMG’s NYFW: The Shows, has released the premiere schedule for New York Fashion Week.
NYFW runs from September 9th to 14th. Spring Studios will continue to be the central hub of NYFW: Shows, although NYFW shows will be held throughout New York City.
“One of the strengths of NYFW is the way it keeps the city and our talent alive. “We will continue to showcase designers in unique locations and neighborhoods in New York with shows held at Spring Studios,” said Steven Kolb, CEO of CDFA.
“September marks the continued growth for CFDA and the valuable reach that NYFW provides brands. This season will reflect the most diversity in NYFW history while featuring an impressive international roster, returning designers, first-time shows and our CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund finalists,” said Kolb.
NYFW kicks off on September 9th with the Proenza Schouler show at 4pm and ends on September 14th with the Tom Ford show at 8pm.
The priority program has more than 109 certified designers, such as Altuzarra, Barragan, Batsheva, Brandon Maxwell, Carolina Herrera, Christian Siriano, Coach, Deveaux New York, Dion Lee, Eckhaus Latta, Gabriela Hearst, Interior, Jason Wu. Jonathan Simkhai, Kite, Kim Sui, Laquan Smith, Luar, Maisie Willen, Markarian, Maryam Nasir Zadeh, Michael Kors, Peter Doe, Prabal Gurung, Sergio Hudson, Studio 189, Teofilo, Tory Burch, Victor Glemaud, and Willie Chavarria.
Tommy Hilfiger, Area and Puma are returning to NYFW after hiatus.
Reportedly, Hilfiger will be showing at the Skyline Drive-In in Brooklyn on September 11th at 7pm with a parallel Metaverse activation. Area is planning a “Futrograde” runway show on September 12 at 5pm and Puma on September 13 at 9pm, featuring fashion, music and sports.
Also added to the schedule in person for the first time are Only Child, Ashlyn, Heron Preston, Foo & Foo, Loveshack Fancy, Midnight Studio, One/Off by Patricia Motto and Tia Adela.
International brands Fendi, Marni and Cos will be featured during the week. For example, Fendi is showing Baguette’s 25th anniversary on September 9th at 8pm (which WWD reports may include Marc Jacobs in some form), Marni will show September 10th at 9pm, and Cos will also show. Show on September 12 at 2 pm
This year’s CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund finalists Fe Noel, Sukena, Noceso, Elena Velez, Judy Turner, Wiederhofft and Blackboy Kinitz will join the week in collection shows.
“This year marks CFDA’s 60th anniversary, and as the official NYFW programmer, we’re incredibly proud to put on a show that reflects our founding principle: to promote American fashion globally,” added Kolb. “We celebrate the collective excellence, diversity and resilience of our industry and look forward to a strong American collective with distinguished international guests.”
In-person performances are conducted in accordance with New York State health guidelines. The shows and events will continue to be supported by Runway 360, the CFDA’s centralized digital hub and business tool for American fashion brands’ collections throughout the year.
As previously reported, New York’s Men’s Day on September 9 will feature Amiroc, Atelier Cillian, A. Potts, Nobis, Teddy VonRanson and Terry Singh from 10:30 a.m. to noon, and Fred Rice, Holo Market, Nicholas. Rafsky, Nobis, SOTA and Todd Patrick from 4:30pm to 6pm (Nobis is appearing in both sessions). The events take place at Venue 05 and Daylight Studios next to Hudson Yards on the West Side of Manhattan.
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