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CFDA releases NYFW: Men's schedule

Jun 20, 2016

The CFDA recently unveiled the schedule for the NYFW: Men’s SS17 season.


The four-day event, which takes place from Monday, July 11 through Thursday, July 14, is in its third season after launching in July 2015. A number of brands are scheduled to present at NYFW: Men’s for the first time including Assembly New York, Linder, Oak, N-P-Elliott, C.P. Company, Landlord and Katama. Matiere and Garciavelez are also new to the schedule as standalone presentations after showing during the New York Men’s Day presentation in February.
NYMD, which usually kicks off NYFW: Men’s, will be preceded by Perry Ellis this season. David Hart, Plac and Max n’ Chester return to NYMD along with David Naman, Maiden Noir and Wood House in the morning session, and the evening session will feature returning brands Chapter, Robert James and Krammer & Stoudt, as well as Private Policy, Rideau and Uri Minkoff.

A number of designers have returned for a third season keeping up their perfect attendance record. Tim Coppens, Robert Geller, N. Hoolywood, Gypsy Sport, Loris Diran and Ovadia & Sons are scheduled for Tuesday; Coach, Michael Kors, John Elliott, Rochambeau, Nautica, Thaddeus O’Neil, Nick Graham, Theory and Tommy Hilfiger will show on Wednesday; and Todd Snyder, Orley, Timo Weiland, Hickey Freeman, Siki Im and John Varvatos will close out the week on Thursday.
A few brand highlights this season include Rag & Bone, which is showing its first collection since the announcement of the departure of co-CEO David Neville, Deveaux, which is showing for the first time since the closure of Carson Street, and Capsule, which returns this season with another designer showcase after skipping the February season. Capsule will also hold its partnered trade show with Liberty Fairs during NYFW: Men’s from July 10 through July 12.
Michael Bastian and Thom Browne are missing again this season, as well as Billy Reid, Calvin Klein Collection, Duckie Brown, Craft Atlantic and Greg Lauren, who are missing NYFW: Men’s for the first time. Public School is also absent from the schedule, because the brand will show its men’s and women’s collections together in June and December.
New York Fashion Week Men’s will be held at Skylight Clarkson Square on 550 Washington Street.

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