New York Fashion Week

Today begins the New York Fashion Week, kicking off the collections that in the next month will pass through London, Milan and Paris to present the A/W 2019-20 collections.

After the men’s fashion, the capital of American fashion will be the stage for women’s proposals until Wednesday, February 13th.

There is no shortage of historical brands led by Ralph Lauren, Marc Jacobs, Oscar de la Renta,Carolina Herrera, Helmut Lang and Anna Sui.

On the catwalk also Michael Kors, Jeremy Scott, Boss, Coach, Tory Burch, Longchamp and Kate Spade New York. Also present is the new wave of the United States which is enjoying growing success: Proenza Schouler, Jason Wu, Prabal Gurung, The Row, Brandon Maxwell, Christian Siriano.

To represent Italy there are, as usual, La Petite Robe Chiara Boni and the debutant Palm Angels.

There will be no Calvin Klein who, after closing the creative relationship with Raf Simons, will miss this season. In recent editions, the brand’s catwalk had been among the most awaited thanks to the renewed energy infused by the Belgian designer.

Also missing is Victoria Beckham, who returns to prefer London, and Rodarte who set up his own out-of-date show at the Huntington Library in San Marino, California, two days ago.

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