VOGUE World took over the Meatpacking District on September 12 with an exclusive NYFW cocktail party just steps away, paying homage to Vogue’s 130th anniversary at the iconic Gansevoort Rooftop.
Serena Williams opened the Vogue World runway show wearing a custom Balenciaga tank dress with a shimmery silver cape accompanied by four ball girls who wore white tennis dresses accessorized with, none other than, rackets to showcase the athlete’s legendary career.
From Telfar’s collaboration with Rainbow stores shutting down Brooklyn streets to Saucy Santana and Coi Leray’s hot performances at The Model Experience Fashion Week show, Fashion Week is back and truly alive in the city again.
Other brands that held fashion week events included MCM Worldwide’s backpack shaped Ultra Perfume Pop-Up in Soho. The one day Pop-Up was in celebration of the Mid-Autumn Festival and gave out limited edition MCM x Kitsby mooncake boxes with the iconic MCM logo on the sweet treats.
The inclusive lingerie brand, Adore Me, celebrated its 10th anniversary by showcasing its newest collection at its first-ever live runway show. The brand was also recently being named the #1 digital native growth brand in intimate apparel.
Musician and founder of A$AP Mob, A$AP Illz, presented his new streetwear brand, Disco Inferno, during an innovative fashion show that took place in Robert S Fulton Houses located in Chelsea. The fashion show was in support of gun control titled “More Fashion, Less Gun Violence” and also included streetwear brands Vantage Clothing, 14N1 Clothing, and KUSAKARI.
Students and Alumni from Albright College had the opportunity to showcase eight of their fashion collections on Fifth Avenue. More than 50 Albright students came out to support their fellow students who have gone on to work for major brands including Ralph Lauren, and Calvin Klein, as well as starting their own businesses.