As a result of the international fashion week schedule, NYFW: Men’s will abut the women’s schedule this February. February 4-6 will feature the majority of men’s shows with women’s and co-ed shows following February 7-13.
The eighth season of men’s features CFDA-produced shows for emerging and established talent at Pier 59 Studios. NYFW: Men’s emerging designer platform is underwritten by Reebok, the newest partner of NYFW: Men’s. New additions to the NYFW: Men’s schedule include Keenkee of New York/South Korea, Lukhanyo Mdingi of South Africa, and No Sesso of Los Angeles. Palomo Spain returns to New York for the February season. Todd Snyder closes out the first day of NYFW: Men’s with his show on February 4. The 2018 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund runner-up Emily Adams Bode of Bode will reveal her latest collection on February 6.
There are many noteworthy changes and additions to the women’s schedule. Tom Ford bridges NYFW: Men’s and Women’s with a show on the evening on February 6. Ralph Lauren opens up the women’s collections with a show on the morning of February 7. That day, Elie Tahari celebrates his 45th year anniversary and return to the NYFW schedule. Calvin Klein 205w39nyc by Raf Simons returns to Tuesday, and the week will close with Marc Jacobs on February 13.
On the international front, Palm Angels visits to show on February 8; Longchamp returns to Saturday afternoon, and Zadig & Voltaire are back on February 11.
Stay tuned after the New Year for new designer additions to the preliminary Official Schedule.
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