Thom Browne will present a co-ed show dedicated to the Fall / Winter 2022-23 collection in New York on April 29th. The maison will not be at the Fashion week scheduled in the Big Apple from 11 to 16 February. The show has been postponed compared to traditional fashion weeks due to the logistical changes related to Covid-19.



The April fashion show precedes the inauguration of the second part of the exhibition ‘In America: A Lexicon of Fashion’ by a few days, curated by his comrade Andrew Bolton, head of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute. The event will bring many celebrities from the world of fashion and entertainment to New York, invited to the famous Met Gala organized by Anna Wintour.

After having been among the protagonists of ready-to-wear in Paris for years, Thom Browne returned to show in New York to support the retrospective curated by Bolton and confirmed his desire to return to show in Europe. A teaser of the new collection will be unveiled in digital format already during the New York fashion week scheduled from 11 to 16 February.

The choice of Thom Brown, a brand that has been part of the Zegna group since 2018, could be imitated by Tommy Hilfiger, Ralph Lauren, Tom Ford and Marc Jacobs, absent from the Nyfw calendar.


Gucci, Co-ed collection

Gucci will instead present its co-ed collection, which will then also be shown in Europe, on May 16th. In addition to the fashion show scheduled for the next edition of Milano Moda Donna from 22 to 28 February, two other shows are planned for May and September.

The last show of the Kering brand in the MFW dates back to February 2020. Gucci then unveiled the ‘Epilogue’ collection in digital format, and in November 2020 it was the turn of ‘Overture of something that never ended’, the mini-series created by the creative director Alessandro Michele in collaboration with the director Gus Van Sant. In April 2021, ‘Aria’ collection was presented online, in conjunction with the celebrations for the brand’s centenary. On November 3, Gucci presented the ‘Gucci Love Parade’ spring / summer 2022 collection at the Walk of Fame in Los Angeles.