Top 10 Shows of the Season


Our Top Ten Shows of the Season reflects input from multiple BoF editors, who had a robust discussion over a flurry of text messages as we whittled it down.

There were solid cases made for some who didn’t make the cut: Prada, Undercover, Sacai and Rabanne for starters, as well as new designer debuts such as Adrian Appiolaza at Missoni, Chemena Kamali at Chloé and Séan McGirr at Alexander McQueen (at least one of them proving that righteous indignation is alive and well in the fashion industry).

But any list that embraces Nicolas de Felice at Courrèges and Glenn Martens at Diesel alongside industry behemoths Chanel and Louis Vuitton in mid-mojo recovery looks to be celebrating a well-appointed waterfront.

I’m very happy to see Issey Miyake on the list. The brand’s renaissance under Satoshi Kondo is a thing of beauty. And all hail King Rick, who brought us into his home this season, and Queen Miuccia, who brings us into her life with Miu Miu.

1. Loewe

Read More: Bringing It on Home With Rick Owens and Loewe

2. Rick Owens

Rick Owens Autumn/Winter 2024.

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3. Diesel

Diesel Autumn/Winter 2024

Read More: In Milan, Democracy Triumphs at Diesel While Fendi Finds Its Feet

4. Issey Miyake

Issey Miyake Autumn/Winter 2024

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5. Courrèges

Courrèges Autumn/Winter 2024

Read More: Making the Ordinary Extraordinary in Paris

6. Miu Miu

Miu Miu Autumn/Winter 2024

Read More: Paris Fashion Week Says ‘So Long, Farewell’ With Chanel, Miu Miu and Louis Vuitton

7. Saint Laurent

Saint Laurent Autumn/Winter 2024

Read More: Dior and Saint Laurent: Designers Defiant!

8. Bottega Veneta

Bottega Veneta Autumn/Winter 2024

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9. Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton Autumn/Winter 2024

Read More: Paris Fashion Week Says ‘So Long, Farewell’ With Chanel, Miu Miu and Louis Vuitton

10. Chanel

Chanel Autumn/Winter 2024

Read More: Paris Fashion Week Says ‘So Long, Farewell’ With Chanel, Miu Miu and Louis Vuitton



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