SS23 Women’s Fashion Week: What to Expect

Women’s Fashion Week S/S 2023: What to Expect

From New York to Paris, everything we know so far about the upcoming S/S 2023 womenswear season

Designer debuts, city changes, runway returns – this September, Women’s Fashion Month returns for what’s already set to be a breakout runway season. As always, from New York to Paris, expect an eclectic mix of the world’s best-known houses and a rising creative forefront, together defining the upcoming S/S 2023 season. Here, in one rolling report, find out everything Wallpaper * knows about the women’s clothing calendar so far.

Women’s Fashion Week S/S 2023: Everything you need to know

new york fashion week
September 9 – 14, 2022

While New York Fashion Week has run with a largely sold-out schedule in recent seasons, this September sees something of a renaissance for fashion month’s American scale, bringing any conversation to a halt. about his disappearance. In particular, the week has attracted two blockbuster international guests, Francesco Risso’s Marni, who shows up in town as part of a ‘world tour’ for the Italian brand, and Fendi, who will celebrate his seminal ‘Baguette’ bag. (The house, currently headed by womenswear creative director Kim Jones, will also continue to show its SS2023 collection in Milan.) Elsewhere, a new vanguard of local American talent brings new creative energy to the city, including Peter Do (nominated for the Woolmark and ANDAM Awards this year), Area, Puppets & Puppets, Judy Turner and Luar, while New York City stalwarts Tom Ford, Michael Kors, Coach, Gabriela Hearst, Tory Burch and Proenza Schouler will return to the runway, the latter opening the week on the first Friday.

London Fashion Week
September 16 – 20, 2022

London Fashion Week also looks set to return with new energy; In a surprise announcement last week, it was revealed that Belgian designer Raf Simons will be bringing his namesake brand to town to present his S/S 2023 collection on Friday, September 16. ‘It has been a dream for a while to present myself in London, a city where fashion and creativity are omnipresent in the streets… I am very happy to welcome to my show the incredible people and faces that make up the London scene. I can’t wait to see you and dance the night away,” he said in a statement. Simons will be joined by Riccardo Tisci and Jonathan Anderson, who return to the London Fashion Week schedule with Burberry and JW Anderson respectively, while the busy five days will also meld menswear and womenswear designers, from established London names ( Simone Rocha, Molly Goddard, Erdem) to a new generation (Nensi Dojaka, SS Daley, Knwls, Chopova Lowena, Stefan Cooke).

Raf Simons A/W 2022. Courtesy of Raf Simons

milan fashion week
September 20 – 26, 2022

The biggest news from Milan Fashion Week this season is the slew of designers making their runway debuts as creative directors: Filippo Grazioli for Missoni among them (after a low-key menswear presentation last June). , Rhuigi Villaseñor for Bally and Marco de Vincenzo for Etro. Perhaps most anticipated, however, is the arrival of young British designer Maximilian Davis at Salvatore Ferragamo, who will show his debut collection for the Florentine house on the afternoon of Saturday, September 24. Elsewhere, look for Matthieu Blazy’s sophomore outing at Bottega Veneta, a Glenn Martens open house show at Diesel, and London-based Matty Bovan’s guest appearance at Fashion Week. of Milan courtesy of Dolce & Gabbana. The busy week is rounded out by the city’s biggest blockbuster houses: Gucci, Giorgio Armani, Fendi, Prada, Max Mara, Dolce & Gabbana and Versace remain some of the biggest draws of Milan Fashion Week.

paris fashion week
September 26 – October 4, 2022

Even though there’s no official schedule yet, it’s safe to say that Paris Fashion Week will round out fashion month in a high-octane way: expect the usual shows from Louis Vuitton, Dior, Chanel, Saint Laurent, Loewe, Hermes, Valentino. , Balenciaga, Givenchy and Miu Miu, among others, as well as numerous emerging names arriving in the city for the nine-day event. In a continuation of menswear week in June, we are also likely to see the return of the contingent of Japanese designers who have walked the city for decades, for the past two years unable to travel due to quarantine restrictions, of Comme des Garçons to Junya Watanabe.

Stay tuned for more Wallpaper* coverage of Women’s Fashion Week S/S 2023. §