Just in: Public School cancel NYFW show
The brand joins a growing list of designers opting out of the traditional format
It seems as though every day we here at Buro HQ are met with more news surrounding fashion week changes. First came see now, buy now, then Burberry announced it would only show two collections a year titled February and September and then the fashionable floodgates seemingly opened with designers across the world announcing changes to their fashion week shows — be it co-ed or cancellations.
Fresh off the back of Vivienne Westwood's announcement overnight that she will stage a digital presentation during London Men's Fashion Week, as opposed to hosting a physical show, Public School designers Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow have said they will not show at the upcoming New York Fashion Week in February.
Instead, the pair are making plans to introduce a new direct-to-consumer platform in the spring.
Watch this space for further information when it becomes available. In the meantime, find out JW Anderson's new plans for fashion week.