New York Fashion Week September 2016

New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2018

Spring/Summer 2018 collections will be shown at New York Fashion Week Thursday-Friday, September 7-15, 2017.

About New York Fashion Week

Along with Paris, London, Berlin, and Milan, New York Fashion Week is one of the world’s five major fashion weeks. Fashion designers from around the globe present their next season’s concepts to American buyers, press, and fashionistas.

Fern Mallis founded what is now New York Fashion Week. Today what was originally a trade event has become a bit of a media and social circus. This has caused the shows to fragment into several big productions with lots of independent shows all over Manhattan.

The most prestigious event is Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at Moynihan Station in Chelsea and Skylight Clarkson SQ in SoHo.

A second event, MADE Fashion Week, has grown out of Milk Studios, a popular photography studio in Chelsea.

Recently Uptown Fashion Week is making headlines with its Latin focus. SS17 is at the Museum of the City of New York.

In the weeks right before New York Fashion Week, you may notice the sudden appearance of many tall, thin, handsome young people on the streets of New York.

You can watch some of the shows live or in replay at or

New York Fashion Week SS17 (Spring Summer 2017)

The next New York Fashion Week is September 8-14, 2016. What will New York be wearing in Spring Summer 2017 (SS17)? Latin designers are very present.

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week SS17

Spanish brand Desigual shows at The Arc in Moynihan Station on Thursday, September 8 at 3pm.

Italian designer Francesca Liberatore shows at The Dock in Moynihan Station on Friday, September 9 at 5pm.

Spanish/Italian designer Carmen Marc Valvo shows at Pier 59 Studios on Sunday, September 11 at 5pm.

MADE Fashion Week SS17

French designer Etienne Deroeux shows at The Standard High Line on Saturday, September 10 at 2pm.

French designer Chloe Gosselin shows at Milk Studios 8th Floor on Sunday, September 11 at 6pm.

French-Canadian designing sisters Parris & Chloe Gordon show at The Standard High Line on Tuesday, September 13 at 3pm.

Uptown Fashion Week SS17

Uptown Fashion Week SS17 is at the Museum of the City of New York September 12-15, 2016.

Monday, September 12

Uptown Fashion Week opens with a press conference

Tuesday, September 13

6:30pm Bryan Jimenez (New York) & Paulo Silva (Bolivia)
7:30pm Carlos Sierra (Venezuela) & Dimitri Asgard (Haiti)
8:30pm Francisco Saez (Venezuela) & liana Paco (Bolivia)
9:30pm Agatha Ruiz de la Prada (Spain)

Wednesday, September 14

6:30pm Joan Hernández & Azukita by Luzon (Dominican Republic)
7:30pm Laura Santana (Ecuador) & Robert Flores (Dominican Republic)
8:30pm Jorge David & Jorge Diep (Dominican Republic)
9:30pm Benito Santos (Mexico)

Thursday, September 15

6:15pm Ingrid Tejada & Teen (Miami)
6:30pm Mila Toledo (Venezuela) & Melkis Diaz (Dominican Republic)
7:30pm Lucia Rodriguez (New York) & Joel Reyes (Dominican Republic)
8:00pm Douglas Tapia (Venezuela)
8:30pm Marc Bouwer (New York)

Independent Productions during Fashion Week SS17

Spanish designer Alejandra Alonso Rojas shows at The Terrace at 11 Howard Street on Wednesday September 7 from 4-6pm.

Spanish fashion house Custo Barcelona shows at Pier 59 on Sunday, September 11 at 3pm.

Brazilian designer Geová shows at Nublu on Sunday, September 11 at 6pm.

Venezuelan designer Carolina Herrera shows on Monday, September 12 at 10am.

Dominican / Spanish fashion house Oscar de la Renta shows at the Morgan Library on Monday, September 12 at 4pm.

Chilean designer Zero + Maria Cornejo shows at Pier 59 Chelsea Piers on Monday September 12 at 6pm.

Venezuelan designer Angel Sanchez shows on Tuesday, September 13 at 1pm.

Portuguese designer Miguel Vieira shows at Pier 59 Studio B on Tuesday, September 13 at 5pm.

Cuban designer Narciso Rodriguez shows at SIR Stage37 on Tuesday, September 13 at 8pm.

Calvin Klein Collection shows the work of Brazilian Creative Director Francisco Costa on Thursday, September 15 from 12-2pm.

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