So, we already find ourselves coming into day 3 of New York Fashion Week. And of course, we're hungry after enduring a painful 18 months in pandemic fashion week hiatus. As we prepare to officially launch into enjoying the return of in person and physical runway shows, what better way to celebrate than to share with you who we'll be keeping an eye out for this coming line up of shows for Spring Summer 2022.
New York Fashion Week
Proenza Schoulder Spring Summer 2021
Fashion week kicks off in New York, and this season we've meshed together a pretty diverse and comprehensive list of designers to watch. We always love to support the younger and newer gens such as Vaquera, Maryam Nassir Zadeh, Eckhaus Latta and Telfar, who we have all come to see, are very quickly establishing themselves as key names and influencers in the industry.
Also this season for New York we will pay our upmost respects in seeing what Proenza Schouler, Gabriela Hearst and old timer Carolina Herrera (I mean under Wes Gordon, what's next?) is up to, along with Michael Kors (of course, a quintessential New Yorker) along with another New Yorker and legend, the king of suits himself Thom Browne.
London Fashion Week
Nensi Dojaka Fashion East Spring Summer 2021
For London, our hearts are always set on Fashion East. And of course this year, the world will be watching out for the new stringy, spaghetti strapped dresses by the newly announced LVMH award winner Nensi Dojaka. Alongside this years Fashion East however, we will also be tuning in to another favourite new comer Charlotte Knowles (KNWLS), along with Rejina Pyo and Simone Rocha.
Milan Fashion Week
Jil Sander Resort 2022
Now as we fully launch into Europe, our list gets a little longer. This year we will be anticipating the shows of some of favourite luxury designers, including what's next for Fendi, the Armani's, Jil Sander, Alberta Ferretti, Max Mara, Prada, Moncler, Marni and Versace.
Paris Fashion Week
Saint Laurent Spring Summer 2021
Like with any great show, there's a strong open and a stronger close. And with Fashion Week, of course it's in Paris that we bid it farewell. As goes with every Paris Fashion Week, the line up is a heavy one. With a schedule thats mysteriously still yet to be confirmed, we'll surely be tuning into the usual suspects including Celine, Saint Laurent, Dior, Chanel, Balenciaga, Louis Vuitton, Alexander McQueen and another old favourite, Paco Rabanne.