The Best Looks From New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2024

See the fiercest and most fabulous clothes from the fall/winter 2024 collections here.

Carolina Herrera Fall-Winter 2024.

The autumn/winter 2024 ready-to-wear runway season has begun with shows happening in New York, London, Milan, and Paris. In New York, Tommy Hilfiger made a comeback with a show that paid tribute to the city, and other designers like Khaite, Altuzarra, and Helmut Lang also showcased their collections. The fashion shows will continue in London, Milan, and Paris, featuring debuts from designers like Sean McGirr at Alexander McQueen and Chemena Kamali at Chloé. The season will also see the return of Off-White and a 10-year celebration for Nicolas Ghesquière at Louis Vuitton.

Some highlights from the AW24 season so far include Tory Burch’s 20th-anniversary show, which explored volume and silhouette with metallic fringed coats and bright-coloured skirts paired with hoodies. Carolina Herrera’s collection showcased streamlined silhouettes, embellishments, ruffles, floral ballgowns, and striking colour-blocking. Tommy Hilfiger’s collection celebrated New York with his signature prep style, while Proenza Schouler focused on quiet luxury with pared-back wardrobe staples and a muted colour palette. Altuzarra approached the collection by focusing on individual pieces, and Jason Wu was inspired by illustrator Arthur Rackham, incorporating dark grey drapery and gold dresses.

See some of the boldest Fall-Winter 2024 collections below.


Tommy Hilfiger has made a remarkable comeback to the New York catwalk after a brief hiatus. The designer’s collection paid homage to the vibrant spirit of the city that never sleeps. Hilfiger aimed to encapsulate the essence of Classic American Cool, blending the city’s unique style with his distinct Tommy twist. The collection featured a fusion of his trademark prep aesthetic with elegant and polished styling, showcasing rugby shirts paired with pleated skirts, varsity jackets, tweed separates, and baseball caps with shirts and ties.

Tommy Hilfiger Fall-Winter 2024.


Tory Burch marked her 20th anniversary with a collection that pushed the boundaries of volume and silhouette. Exploring sharp edges, unusual textures, and technical sport details, Burch created a range of metallic fringed coats, and bright-coloured skirts matched with tight-fitting hoodies, leather ensembles, and sheer dresses. The collection aimed to elevate everyday items, infusing a touch of sublimity into each piece, be it an old jacket, a lampshade, or even a shower cap.

Tory Burch Fall-Winter 2024.


Designer Wes Gordon presented the autumn/winter 2024 collection for Carolina Herrera, which he described as a reflection of power, strength, and resilience. Embellishments took centre stage, as streamlined silhouettes melded with ruffles, floral ballgowns, and striking colour-blocking. Gordon’s pursuit of craft and the pursuit of elegance was evident as each exquisite detail came together to create an elegantly crafted collection.

Carolina Herrera Fall-Winter 2024.


Creative directors Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez of Proenza Schouler curated a collection that embraced quiet luxury. Their pared-back wardrobe staples, accompanied by a muted colour palette accented with vibrant pops of red, peach, and gold, epitomized their interpretation of elevated women’s fashion. The collection featured expertly tailored coats, leather accessories, fluffy fur accents, and practical footwear, all destined to become staples of the New York woman’s everyday wardrobe.

Proenza Schouler Fall-Winter 2024.


Joseph Altuzarra celebrated his 15th anniversary with a collection that offered a fresh perspective on fashion. Shifting the focus to individual pieces, Altuzarra captured the essence of personal style. The collection aimed to emulate the feeling of browsing through someone’s wardrobe, comprising a mix of unique and standout pieces. From fabulous hats and pointed ballet pumps to silk dresses and ruffled knitwear, Altuzarra’s collection embraced the notion that shoppers choose exceptional items as opposed to buying an entire collection.

Altuzarra Fall-Winter 2024.


Jason Wu’s autumn/winter 2024 collection took a slightly darker turn than his usual feminine frocks. Inspired by the works of illustrator Arthur Rackham and his favourite designers Geoffrey Beene and Charles James, Wu presented a collection adorned with dark grey drapery, crushed gold dresses, and evening gowns featuring deliberately unfinished threading. The collection exuded an air of sophistication with a touch of daring.

As the autumn/winter 2024 ready-to-wear catwalk season unfolds, these standout collections are just the beginning of what promises to be a season filled with innovation, creativity, and exceptional fashion. Stay tuned for more updates and insights as the shows continue in London, Milan, and Paris, bringing forth more debuts, surprises, and iconic moments that the fashion world eagerly awaits.

Jason Wu Fall-Winter 2024.