Here’s what to keep in mind

Fashion month is officially upon us: Last week, on January 11, the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) released its official schedule for the Fall/Winter 2023 season of New York Fashion Week. . So at this point there are several weeks left until the shows start in full swing. If you’ve yet to find out what’s going on this season, don’t worry. Below, TZR has compiled all the news you need to know for Fall/Winter 2023 Fashion Month. Now, you can catch up on the latest runway-related industry happenings in one place.

To start, Emily Adams Bode Aujla will present her first womenswear collection on January 21 in Paris, during Haute Couture Week. (She previously won the 2022 CFDA Menswear Designer of the Year award.) Mugler’s Casey Cadwallader will then present her first in-person show in three years at the end of couture week. (The American-born designer became fond of the fashion movie format during the era of social distancing.) On February 10, Rodarte will officially open the Fall/Winter 2023 runway circuit in New York City. Across the pond, former Bottega Veneta creative director Daniel Lee will send his first Burberry collection down the runway at London Fashion Week. Lastly, the proverbial icing on the cake will come from Y/Project, as the brand will show its new collection on the Paris Fashion Week womenswear calendar for the first time.

Keep scrolling to read the latest Fashion Month updates, and save the dates on your own call, so you don’t forget to tune in for events.

Bode will present its first women’s fashion line

For Fall/Winter 2023, Bode will not only present her first in-person show since early 2020, but will also introduce a new womenswear line. The runway event will take place on Saturday, January 21 in Paris during Haute Couture Week. According to Aujla’s recent interview with Vogue, you can expect to see lots of sequins, floor-length dresses, sheer dresses, and knits in a ’70s-inspired color palette.

Rodarte will open New York Fashion Week

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After spending a season in Los Angeles, Rodarte’s Kate and Laura Mulleavy return to New York to kick off New York Fashion Week on Friday, February 10. (The location remains a mystery for now, but the brand’s last New York show during the Spring/Summer 2022 season was held at the Westbeth Artist Housing Complex in the West Village.)

Heron Preston will make his NYFW debut

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On February 11, the San Francisco-born designer will show his Fall/Winter 2023 collection for the first time in New York. (For context: Preston has been showing his runway collections in Paris since 2017, when he launched his namesake label.)

Thom Browne will perform a V-Day show in New York

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The newly appointed CFDA president is back on the NYFW calendar for Fall/Winter 2023. (Like Preston, Browne became a fixture on the Paris runway circuit after presenting his first collection there at 2011). The show will take place on Valentine’s Day, February 14.

LUAR will close the NYFW circuit

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The 2022 CFDA Fashion Awards winner will close out NYFW with a runway show, scheduled for Wednesday, February 15 at 8 p.m. Fall/Winter 2023 Lineup).

Daniel Lee will launch his debut collection for Burberry

ICYMI, Lee was appointed as Burberry’s creative director in October 2022. Now, just over four months into his tenure, the former Bottega Veneta creative director will launch his first ready-to-wear line for the British fashion house. The show will take place on February 20, towards the end of London Fashion Week.

Mugler will host his first IRL show in 3 years

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After taking a three-year break from in-person shows, Cadwallader will finally be showing his latest Mugler designs in person, but not on the traditional Fashion Month schedule. Instead, the runway show will take place in Paris before NYFW, effectively closing the Fall/Winter 2023 cycle of Haute Couture Week.

Y/Project enters the calendar of women’s shows at PFW

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For those keeping up with Y/Project’s latest runway releases, you will know that the brand has been showing its men’s and women’s collections together for a few seasons, in the men’s calendar of Paris Fashion Week. However, this season, its creative director, Glenn Martens, decided to introduce Y/Project’s Fall/Winter 2023 lineup during the women’s show schedule. The label’s next show is scheduled for the end of February 2023 (the exact date has yet to be revealed).

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