Here’s Who’s Showing During New York Fashion Week

New York Fashion Week officially — strangely, unprecedentedly — kicked off on Sunday, Sept. 14, with a socially-distant runway show on the roof of Spring Studios in Manhattan. 

Typically a six-day affair filled with back-to-back (and sometimes overlapping) events across the city, from first thing in the morning to late at night, it’s been reimagined amid a global pandemic. First off, it’s shorter than past season’s: IMG’s lineup is five days, the CFDA’s is four. The vast majority of brands on both calendars have, predictably, opted to present their latest digitally — be it through lookbooks, videos, animated runways or even, in one case, a children’s book. These debuts will be hosted either on their own platforms, on the CFDA’s Runway360 hub or on (which is run by IMG). The handful that are hosting in-person events have made it clear that they will be following CDC-compliant safety measures and enforce social distancing. (Outdoor events are capped at 50 attendees; indoor ones at 50% capacity, per New York governor Andrew Cuomo’s office.)