The New York Fall 2023 Fashion Week Schedule Is Out

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Rodarte and Thom Browne Return to the Runway

Today, the Council of Fashion Designers of America released the official schedule for the New York Fashion Week fall 2023 shows which will take place in February. Rodarte’s Kate and Laura Mulleavy will be kicking off the season on Friday, February 10, returning to New York to show in person after staying in Los Angeles last year. (They showed their spring 2022 collection at the Westbeth Artists Housing Complex in the West Village.)

Thom Browne is also returning to New York City, holding a show on Valentine’s Day. The newly-named chairman of the CFDA has been a mainstay of the Paris collections for almost a decade. Heron Preston, another American designer with an established presence in the City of Light, will return to New York on February 11—his first ever “proper runway show” in the city. Following the European invasion of Marni and Fendi last season, the Spanish stalwart Palomo Spain is decamping to the Big Apple to hold their show on February 13.

Elsewhere on the schedule, Collina Strada’s Hillary Taymour is keeping her 6 p.m. slot on opening day, while Luar is closing the week with the 8 p.m. slot previously held by Tom Ford. After Estée Lauder agreed to acquire the Tom Ford brand late last year, the designer will not be showing on the runway, and the fall collection will instead be released online. After presenting a large-scale shows last season, both Tommy Hilfiger and Peter Do are so far absent from the official calendar as well.

Rounding out the five-day week will be shows and presentations from over 75 designers including Anna Sui (back after a year-and-a-half away), Eckhaus Latta, Puppets and Puppets, Tory Burch, Khaite, Frederick Anderson, Proenza Schouler, Willy Chavarria, and Elena Velez among others.

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