New York Fashion Week Spring 2023 must-know details

PSA: The official (albeit preliminary) schedule and details for New York Fashion Week Spring 2023 have been released. The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA), in partnership with IMG, just released its runway show lineup for September. The event will start on Friday, September 9 and run until Wednesday, September 14. For those planning to attend the event, whether virtually or IRL, it’s time to start preparing yourself (and your wardrobe) for the six-day affair now.

A number of established international labels are joining the NYFW schedule this time around. First up, Swedish brand COS will make its NYFW debut on September 13 (minimalist fashion lovers, rejoice!). In a major turn of events, Fendi (yes, you read that right) will be holding a special show to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Baguette bag on the evening of September 9th. Finally, Milan-based label Marni will join the ranks of NYFW attendees as well: In the words of Marni’s Creative Director Francesco Risso, the Milanese label is “going on tour.”

So far, over 100 designers have been confirmed to participate in the big fashion event. As always, new collections from established players like Tory Burch, Prabal Gurung, Altuzarra and Michael Kors are slated to hit the runway next month. In addition, brands such as Tommy Hilfiger, AREA and PUMA will also return to NYFW after taking a break from seasonal runway shows. Emerging fashion designers such as ASHLYN, One/Of by Patricia Voto and Tia Adeola are also joining the schedule for the first time, as well as CFDA 2022/Vogue Fashion Fund Finalists Fe Noel, Sukeina, No Sesso, Elena Velez, Judy Turner, Wiederhoeft and Black Boy Knits.

The sartorial affair will begin with the exhibition of Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough’s 20th anniversary collection for Proenza Schouler on Friday, September 9. NYFW’s closing act will be Tom Ford’s runway extravaganza on Wednesday, September 14 at 8 p.m.

The shows this year also have a special meaning, as the CFDA itself celebrates its 60th anniversary. “As the organizer of the official NYFW schedule, we are extremely proud to release a lineup that reflects our founding principle: to promote American fashion on a global scale,” council CEO Steven Kolb 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.”

All in-person events at NYFW will be conducted in accordance with COVID-19 guidelines and best practices as outlined by the New York State Department of Health. Similar to last year, both runway shows and presentations will continue to be presented via RUNWAY360, CFDA’s centralized digital fashion hub. See the full NYFW schedule at Then stay tuned for more fashion week updates from TZR.

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