5 things we're looking forward to at New York Fashion Week AW24

By Josefin Forsberg

Photo: Altuzarra

With fashion month around the corner, Vogue Scandinavia hones in on the most anticipated shows and traction-worthy trends to look forward to at New York Fashion Week this season


Photo: Lisa Yang

Lisa Yang's 10th anniversary celebration

Designed in Stockholm and produced in Inner Mongolia, Lisa Yang launched her namesake brand in 2014. Since launch, the brand has been building hype while keeping under the radar, becoming buzzy in that special "if-you-know-you-know" way. And while there will be celebrations to mark 10 years of success in Stockholm, Lisa Yang takes to New York to kick off the celebration for a decade in business. Inviting friends of the brand to an intimate dinner on the 8th of February, we've already circled this special occasion in our calendars.


Photo: Tommy Hilfiger

Tommy Hilfiger's homecoming

This season, Tommy Hilfiger makes returns to home turf entering the official NYFW schedule to present the its autumn/winter '24 collection. During an intimate evening on 9th of February (with Vogue Scandinavia's editor-in-chief in attendance), Hilfiger will debut his men’s and women’s collection, dubbed ‘A New York Moment’. “New York City taught me to dream big,” said Tommy Hilfiger in the announcement of the show. “As a young designer it was the birthplace of my vision. The pulse of the city, its culture of confidence and openness, has fuelled the brand since the very beginning. I’m excited to translate this feeling onto the runway with a signature Tommy twist that’s become our calling card through the decades.”


Elsa Hosk outside Khaite's spring/summer '24 show.

Elsa Hosk's impeccable street style

Last season, Elsa Hosk positively dominated the street style scene at New York Fashion Week. The Swedish supermodel (and former Vogue Scandinavia cover star's) envy-inducing outfits – from a knit mini dress at Michael Kors to cowboy Americana at Ralph Lauren – were keenly documented, none the least on our own website. Undoubtedly, Hosk will continue her street style reign this autumn/winter season – not only in New York but throughout the various fashion weeks ahead.


Photo: Diego Villarreal for Ludovic de Saint Sernin

Ludovic de Saint Sernin's change of scenery

For the AW24 season, Parisian fashion house Ludovic de Saint Sernin will forgo France and travel to New York City to present its collection. Taking place on February 11, it is the brand’s first-ever runway presentation outside of Paris, marking a pivotal moment for Ludovic de Saint Sernin. De Saint Sernin notes how New York has “always held a special place” in his heart. “It’s always been a hub of inspiration due to its legacy as a key location in the history of contemporary queer culture and some of today’s defining artistic movements, but also due to the incredible community that has built around the brand in the city.”


Sascha Alexandra Lilja walked Altuzarra's spring/summer 24 show.

Nordic models dominating the runways (again)

Last season at New York Fashion Week saw a trifecta of Swedish supermodels making their anticipated return to the runway, with Mini Andén, Kelly Gale, and Elsa Hosk all walking in shows. But if we look beyond some of Scandinavia's best-known faces, it became clear as crystal that the New York runways were overrun by Nordic models – a feat we hope to repeat this autumn/winter '24 season, too.