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Spring/Summer 2022 Fashion Weeks: Who's showing and what's the schedule like

Spring/Summer 2022 Fashion Weeks: Who's showing and what's the schedule like

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Text: Kelly Lim

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Expect plenty of fashion moments ahead as the industry gears up for a largely in-person runway (and Met Gala) return for the upcoming SS22 season

September has finally rolled around, and the busiest month of the fashion system is upon us. Despite the ongoing pandemic, the upcoming ready-to-wear season looks to be full of promise and unmissable moments as the industry gets ready for a monumental return. Not only are the schedules looking as jam-packed as ever, but the majority of SS22 shows will also be taking place IRL across the big four fashion capitals, with the exception of a few designers staying put in the metaverse to showcase digitally. Whatever the format, we're excited to take our FROW positions from home to watch everything unfold in the weeks to come.

Scroll on for everything you need to know about the Spring/Summer 2022 schedule: 

New York Fashion Week

September 8 – 12 

After a nearly two-year hiatus, the Big Apple will kick off with a total of 91 shows, mostly taking place in person. According to the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA), access to shows will only be allowed for fully-vaccinated guests, as well as anyone else involved, such as models, backstage crew, photographers, makeup artists, and hairstylists.

As always, CFDA chairman Tom Ford will be closing off the week with a live show, alongside huge names like Michael Kors (who celebrates his 40th anniversary), Coach, Carolina HerreraThom Browne, Tory Burch, and Gabriela Hearst presenting throughout the week. Moschino will also be bringing their show to New York this season instead of Milan.

Expect NYFW darlings Rodarte, Proenza Schouler, Telfar, Prabal Gurung, and more to also be making a return, alongside the highly anticipated runway debut of emerging designer and Phoebe Philo protégé Peter Do. Oscar de la Renta will be among the few choosing to show digitally, while Ralph Lauren and Marc Jacobs, who presented his AW21 collection in July, have not confirmed appearances.

Usually held on the first Monday of May, the annual Met Gala will end the week to celebrate the Costume Institute’s 'In America: A Lexicon of Fashion' exhibition on September 13. Hosted by Timothée Chalamet, Billie Eilish, Naomi Osaka, and poet Amanda Gormon, the fundraiser event, AKA "fashion's biggest night out", will take place in an intimate setting with a smaller capacity this time around. 

Aforementioned shows are outlined in Malaysian time below:

Thursday, September 9

5am - Peter Do 

7am - Proenza Schouler 

9am - Prabal Gurung 

Friday, September 10

12am - Gabriela Hearst 

2am - Moschino

8am - Carolina Herrera 

10pm - Michael Kors

Saturday, September 11

5am - Coach 

Sunday, September 12 

12am - Rodarte 

6am - Thom Browne 

10pm - Telfar 

11pm - Tory Burch 

Monday, September 13 

8am - Tom Ford 

Find the full NYFW schedule here

London Fashion Week

September 17 – 21

Across the pond, plenty of established names and exciting young talents will take London via physical shows and appointments, including Simone Rocha, Erdem, Richard Quinn. Also making an appearance is British retailer Cos, while Vivienne Westwood and Molly Goddard are among the few set to show digitally.

Instead of Paris and outside of the main schedule, Alexander McQueen is set to present in the British capital on October 12, the day before the opening of London’s Frieze Art Fair. Burberry, on the other hand, has yet to confirm its plans. 

Aforementioned shows are outlined in Malaysian time below:

Friday, September 17

9pm - Vivienne Westwood 

Saturday, September 18

9pm - Molly Goddard 

Monday, September 20

1.30am - Erdem 

Tuesday, September 21

1am - Simone Rocha

10pm - Cos

11pm - Richard Quinn

Find the full LFW schedule here.

Milan Fashion Week

September 21 – 27 

According to the provisional schedule, Milan will also return to a mostly physical format, with some 42 out of 61 brands presenting live events, including powerhouses like Fendi, Prada, Versace, Giorgio Armani, Salvatore Ferragamo, Max Mara, SportMax, Marni, Tod's, and MSGM, among others.

Roberto Cavalli, Moncler and Boss will be making new appearances on the schedule, while those who have opted for digital formats include Emilio Pucci, GCDS, Onitsuka Tiger, Phillipp Plein, alongside many other younger emerging brands. Notable absentees are Gucci and Bottega Veneta, both of whom have chosen to show at a later date in previous seasons.

Aforementioned shows are outlined in Malaysian time below:

Wednesday, September 22

8pm - Fendi

Thursday, September 23

2am - Roberto Cavalli

4pm - Max Mara 

6pm - Boss

10pm - Emporio Armani 

Friday, September 24

2am - GCDS

4pm - Tod's 

6pm - SportMax 

9pm - Prada 

Saturday, September 25

2am - Versace

6pm - MSGM

7pm - Moncler 

8.30pm - Salvatore Ferragamo

Sunday, September 26

2am - Marni

7pm - Onitsuka Tiger 

9pm - Emilio Pucci 

Monday, September 27 

1am - Philipp Plein 

Find the provisional MFW schedule here.

Paris Fashion Week 

September 27 – October 5 

Following a buzzy Haute Couture Week in July, 37 brands will light up Paris with in-person shows, including luxury giants Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Dior, Hermès, Balenciaga, Givenchy, Chloé, Balmain, Valentino, Loewe, Miu Miu, Elie Saab, and more.

While Maison MargielaDries van Noten and Schiaparelli will be sticking to a digital framework, new additions to the womenswear calendar going physical include French gender-fluid brand Ludovic de Saint Sernin and Raf Simons. However, this is all subject to change as the schedule firms up.

Aforementioned shows are outlined in Malaysian time below:

Tuesday, September 28

8.30pm - Dior

Wednesday, September 29

9pm - Dries Van Noten

Thursday, September 30

2.30am - Balmain

8pm - Chloé 

10.30pm - Raf Simons 

Friday, October 1

5.30pm - Loewe

6.30pm - Issey Miyake

Saturday, October 2

2.30am - Valentino

6pm - Hermès

9pm - Elie Saab

11pm - Balenciaga 

Sunday, October 3 

8pm - Ludovia de saint Sernin 

Monday, October 4

2am - Givenchy

5pm - Schiaparelli 

9.30pm - Maison Marigela 

Tuesday, October 5

4pm - Chanel 

8pm - Miu Miu 

Wednesday, October 6

1am - Louis Vuitton

Find the provisional PFW schedule here.

Stay tuned for Spring/Summer 2021 updates as they unfold here