The Spring/Summer 2023 New York Fashion Week season is in full swingAs Fashion Month kicks off, New York City is stoking excitement and will set a precedent for the other three cities to follow.
Over 100 brands, including Area, Tommy Hilfiger and Tom Ford, have joined the official schedule this season, returning to the long-awaited calendar. Italian brands like Fendi and Marni have jumped across the pond and into all the action.
Many brands are celebrating important milestones: Proenza Schouler celebrates its 20th anniversary, Fendi celebrates its 25th anniversary of its iconic Baguette bag, and Puma celebrates its 75th.
Ahead, check out the best runway looks from the Spring/Summer 2023 shows, and keep coming back throughout the week for updates.
Despite the heavy rain Tommy Factory For the Fall 2022 runway show, the American designer brought together fashion, art, music and entertainment in honor of the iconic New York factory of great American artist Andy Warhol.
“From the new TH monogram designed in partnership with Fergus Purcell to our boundary-breaking collaboration with British designer Richard Quinn, this fall we collide the classic with the new to illuminate what’s next. Remixing traditional Americana codes with a contemporary streetwear-inspired twist, clashing bold pops of color, reimagining proportions and restyling heritage classics in unexpected ways. ‘, said Hilfiger in the show notes. “This is a modern day preparation. From IRL to URL, the event is a comprehensive celebration of pop culture and creativity in every corner of the globe. Tommy Factory”.
Marni Creative Director Francesco Risso has unveiled a collection inspired by the movements of the heavenly bodies, lighting up the cobbled streets of Dumbo. The image of the sun dominated the entire collection as the model appeared on the runway. “Sunset is not a solar phenomenon, it’s happening on the horizon,” the show’s notes read, “but it’s a sky-burning physical phenomenon.
Joseph Altuzarra knows suits. Featuring waist-cut silhouettes and adjustable drawstrings, the collection featured precise blazers with precise cuts and broad shoulders. “We wanted to create a variety of characters this season, from twisted organic ‘Mohawks’ to natural waves and textured bobs, this collection and a series of hairs that express a celebration of individuality.” We decided on the look,” the designer said at the show. Note.
Commemorating the 25th anniversary fendi Maison Baguette left its Milan headquarters for New York City for its Spring/Summer 2013 resort show. Creative His director Kim Jones has announced a collaboration with his longtime friend Marc Jacobs. The standout bag blends the iconic baguette shape with Jacobs’ viral “tote bag” typography.
It was during the pandemic that fans first fell in love with Hilary Taymor’s designs. That’s when her hoodie, her oversized T-her shirt, and joggers add a stylish touch to her work-from-home wardrobe. This season, the sustainability-focused brand offered dressier options such as dip-dyed silk her corsets and form-fitting gowns.
Co-creative directors and founders Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez fuse the sensual, fiery nature of Lazarus’ Latino roots with the pragmatism and grit of Jack’s American experience to create a rich and vibrant creating a story. The collection boosts an array of sensual and tactile textures including stretchy terry his tweed, lustrous techno his leather, molded lace and metallic hand crochet.