By Ava Gilchrist

NYFW Fall/Winter 2024 Schedule: Thom Browne Closes & A Vanishing Act From Dion Lee

Peter Do’s sophomore collection for Helmut Lang will open the week, with favourites like Sandy Liang and Ludovic De Saint Sernin making notable appearances.

New York Fashion Week returns on February 9 – 14. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP) (Photo by ED JONES/AFP via Getty Images)

The marquees lining Bryant Park are no longer the telling sign that the island of Manhattan is once again preparing to host designers, fashion editors, buyers and style savants for the upcoming iteration of New York Fashion Week. Indeed, that role has been passed onto the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA), with the industry board today unveiling the exhaustive six-day schedule for the Fall/Winter 2024 season of NYFW.

The bustling metropolis is putting its reputation as the city that never sleeps to good use, given that fashion never rests either. And while we’ve all been idle since the September shows, emerging and established talents on both sides of the pond have been busily stitching, sewing and fretting in their ateliers ahead of the collection presentations early next month.

Taking place across New York’s boroughs from February 9 – 14, a star-spangled melange of domestic American talents and notable international imports will soon take to the runway to present their interpretations of what New York women will eye with covetous zeal for the cooler months.

Commencing the proceedings will be Peter Do, unveiling his sophomore collection for Helmut Lang at midday on February 9. We here at the GRAZIA office have already set our ‘OOO’ for the presentations of downtown darlings Khaite and Proenza Schouler on February 10.

While the middle of the week is sardined with NYFW mainstays, including CoachMichael Kors and Tory Burch, it’s the surprising additions to the schedule that have piqued the interest of fashion fanatics. Namely, Sandy Liang who returns to the official events after showing off-schedule last season, and French designer Ludovic de Saint Sernin. The latter departed from his role as creative director for Ann Demeulemeester after one stellar season.

Speaking of departures, Australian wunderkind Dion Lee has exited stage right. There’s no information on where the corset colossal will appear next. Or, if he’s planning a guerrilla-style takeover of the schedule from an abandoned Brooklyn warehouse. Ralph Lauren is also off for this season.

A Valentine’s Day treat comes in the form of Thom Browne closing out the week. Though the master tailor celebrated the occasion last year by gifting a bouquet of roses to his husband, the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s head curator at the costume exhibit Andrew Bolton, it’s apparent this season is one to be bestowed with—irrespective of the date.

Ahead of the week, familiarise yourself with the schedule of designers presenting at NYFW this FW24 season.

New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2024 Schedule

(Note: All dates and times are in New York local time, EST)

Friday, February 9 

12PM: Helmut Lang
1PM: Libertine
3PM: Collina Strada
5PM: Prabal Gurung
7PM: Kim Shui
9PM: Bach Mai

Saturday, February 10

11AM: Badgley Mischka
12PM: Proenza Schouler
4PM: Alice + Olivia
5PM: Anna Sui
7PM: Khaite
9PM: The Blonds

Sunday, February 11

10AM: Ulla Johnson
11AM: Altuzarra
1PM: Sandy Liang
2PM: Jason Wu
3PM: Area
6PM: Theophilio
8PM: Ludovic De Saint Sernin

Monday, February 12

10AM: Carolina Herrera
12PM: Naeem Khan
1PM: Aknvas
2PM: Coach
3PM: Pamela Roland
5PM: Jane Wade
6PM: Puppets and Puppets
8PM: Tory Burch
9PM: LaQuan Smith

Tuesday, February 13

10AM: Meruert Tolegen
12PM: Gabriela Hearst
4PM: Michael Kors
5PM: Wiederhoeft
8PM: Batsheva

Wednesday, February 14

9AM: Alejandra Alonso Rojas
11AM: Brandon Maxwell
12PM: Lou Dallas
2PM: Bezva
4PM: Frederick Anderson
5PM: Thom Brown

This story first appeared on GRAZIA International