American Fashion Week really looks pale. A year after the health crisis began, the United States, hard hit by the Covid-19 virus, tightened its measures in front of non-Americans. The result: New York Fashion Week, scheduled for February 14-17, has been deserted by leading designers.
Among the big absentees are notable designers such as Ralph Lauren, Marc Jacobs, Tommy Hilfiger, Tory Burch or even Kirby Jean Raymond, the artistic creator of Bayer Moss. Only Tom Ford will remain loyal to the position and close the event on the evening of February 17.