Here is the preliminary schedule for New York Fashion Week Spring 2023

Nothing says summer is nearly over than designers announcing their Spring 2023 shows.

On Thursday, the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) and IMG released a preliminary schedule for New York Fashion Week, which runs September 9-14. the brands present their collections for the coming spring. This season will open with Proenza Schouler, who will fill the 4:00 p.m. slot on Friday, and conclude with the debut of former CFDA President Tom Ford on Wednesday at 8:00 p.m.

There are 109 confirmed designers on the New York Fashion Week lineup, including Altuzarra, Brandon Maxwell, Carolina Herrera, Christian Siriano, Coach, Gabriela Hearst, Jason Wu, Khaite, LaQuan Smith, Luar, Markarian, Michael Kors, Peter Do, Prabal Gurung, Sergio Hudson, Theophilio, Tory Burch, Victor Glemaud and Willy Chavarria. (Last year, IMG launched a new program called the IMG Fashion Alliance, which supports designers who commit to showing their collections in New York.) We’re also seeing Tommy Hilfiger and Area return, and three international brands – Fendi, Marni and Cos – make an appearance.

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As for New York Fashion Week newcomers, we have the CFDA 2022 Finalists/vogue Fashion Fund, many of which were not yet on the calendar: Fe Noel, Sukeina, No Sesso, Elena Velez, Judy Turner, Wiederhoeft and BlackBoyKnits will present all their latest collections in New York. Meanwhile, AnOnlyChild, Ashlyn, Heron Preston, Foo and Foo, Midnight Studios, Patricia Voto’s One/Of and Tia Adeola join, with their official program debuts.

“This year marks the 60th anniversary of the CFDA, and as organizer of the official NYFW calendar, we are incredibly proud to release programming that reflects our founding principle: promoting American fashion globally,” said Steven Kolb, organizing director. CEO, said in a statement. “We celebrate the collective excellence, diversity and resilience of our industry and look forward to a strong season of American collections alongside our esteemed international guests.”

The CFDA noted that all in-person events on the schedule “will be conducted in accordance with New York State health guidelines” and that it will issue an updated Covid-19 health and safety memo ahead of Fashion. New York week.

Check out the New York Fashion Week preliminary schedule here.

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