After a two-season absence, New York Fashion Week is officially returning. From Tory Burch, Michael Kors Collection, Oscar de la Renta, and Carolina Herrera to Eckhaus Latta, Vaquera, Puppets and Puppets, and Maisie Wilen, the mash week of physical shows and events begins with Ulla Johnson and ends with Tom Ford, with a diverse mix of 91 established and names in between.
There are a few exciting surprises as well: Moschino's Jeremy Scott and Peter Dundas will replace their usual Milan and Paris shows with guest appearances at NYFW and shows by New York designers we haven't seen on the calendar in a while, such as Telfar, Rodarte, Brandon Maxwell, Prabal Gurung, Sergi Hudson, Monse, Jason Wu, Altuzarra, LaQuan Smith, Markarian Thom Browne, and Maryam Nassir Zadeh, have all been confirmed. Many designers are likely working tirelessly to finish their spring lines and prepare for looks at the Met Gala, which will take place soon after New York Fashion Week on September 13.
New York Fashion Week, which has been taking place online for the past 17 months, will be a whole new level. The Met Gala, which has been postponed twice, will overlap with the end of New York Fashion Week. "In America: A Lexicon of Fashion" will be the concept of this year's Met Gala, which is a visual feast with changing concepts every year. We're looking forward to seeing the fashion union re-establish at the Met Gala, which will be hosted by CFDA chairman Tom Ford.
We can't wait to have a closer look at New York Fashion Week's new plans, which signal a comeback with a full schedule. The CFDA wants to highlight Thom Browne's return to Paris, where he has been showing women's clothes since 2017. Altuzarra, who debuted at Paris Fashion Week the following year, will return to New York this season with a show on September 12th.
Author: Zeynep Gür