Guests arriving at Gabriela Hearst's Fall 2022 show in the Brooklyn Navy Yard came upon the usual scrum of street-style paparazzi, with only a few spotting supermodel Lauren Hutton also decked out in Hearst's designs.
However deep the freeze came over New York Monday morning, great fashion warmed plenty of hearts on this chilly day at fashion week. Three designers showed plenty to love about their collections and spirits.
As shows plowed through the weekend, Brandon Maxwell, Beckett Fogg and Piotrek Panszczyk of Area, Sergio Hudson and Joseph Altuzarra all paid tribute to the female muses that inspired them in one way or another.
Nicky Zimmerman keeps on raising her game. What was once an easy to understand and eye-popping swimwear brand is now a fully-fledged fashion house. Nowhere more so than in its latest collection, revealed this weekend.
The luxury house will cross the Atlantic to unveil its 2023 cruise collection, announcing a fashion show on May 12 in California in an "exclusive venue of exceptional design and renown around the world."
The luxury house, owned by the Kering group, is continuing its strategy of independent shows outside of any official calendar. After London in October, it will hold its next physical show in New York on March 15.
Chanel will stage its next cruise show in Monaco, in the latest expression of the brand’s long-standing relationship with the Cote d’Azur, with a live fashion show to be held on Thursday May 5, 2022 in the principality.
MFW, scheduled to be held from Feb. 22 to 28, will feature 71 shows, with only six in digital format. Ten new brands will be introduced while major labels such as Bottega Veneta, Diesel and Gucci return to the catwalks.