Bachelor Nation is gearing up for what host Jesse Palmer teased as “the most emotional finale in ‘Bachelorette’ history” (so much so that it takes two episodes, spanning two weeks), plus a new season of Bachelor in Paradise. But past competitors and franchise executives? They look unfulfilled — at least, that’s what can be gathered from the many, many appearances they’ve made at New York Fashion Week this season.
The Spring 2023 shows, presentations, and parties have seen a marked increase in the representation of Bachelor Nation, at least compared to what longtime fans (i.e. Steph and I) can remember. Of course, you’d expect a good number of people with roses in their bio to RSVP to a Revolve event – and many did! — but there were also plenty of Bach alumni around town: at the Saks Fashion Week kick-off in New York (fashion favorite Tayshia Adams, Joe’s Grocery Store, Serena P.), at Harper’s Bazaar The celebration of icons (Adams again, Nick Viall, Victoria F., Kit Keenan) and in a series of shows and presentations. Some may not surprise you: Chelsea Vaughn, for one, is a model; Keenan, the daughter of designer Cynthia Rowley, has brought many of her friends from the franchise to the industry and the New York scene since appearing on Matt James’ season.
The first installment of The Bachelorette finale may be competing against Christian Cowan and Puma for the attention of the fashion crowd on Tuesday night, but Bachelor Nation stars new and old gave us plenty to talk about at Fashion Week in New York. Check out all the looks of #Bach at the Spring 2023 events in the gallery below.
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