We are all looking forward to the next New York Fashion Week in September. But during the summer months, where do the fashionistas flock?

Fashion-savvy globetrotters will travel the world in search of the world’s next biggest looks and nights out all summer long.

There are tons of fashion events throughout the summer filled with parties, networking, and couture. Here are five must-see events taking place in New York, Las Vegas and Los Angeles, and beyond. Even if you can’t make it to Paris Fashion Week, here are some fashion events to mark in your diary.

Camp at W South Beach

It’s the five-star answer to camping. WSB is probably the hippest weekend in 2022. It’s where you can wear your cutest sundress, catch outdoor movie screenings, take yoga classes and go to parties. stylish with Miami’s hottest DJs. There will be jewelry making classes with experts, vegan barbecues and offers for their spa. Samantha Radlein, manager of W South Beach, says it gives traditional summer camp activities a grown-up twist.

“It’s a more adult camp because instead of smores we have caviar, instead of bug juice we have cocktails, and we have the best music and entertainment on the beach,” he said. she declared. “Enjoy a BBQ with a celebrity chef, create with some of the country’s top jewelry designers, and train with coveted fitness gurus.” This year’s camp at W South Beach runs June 24-26 (music-themed), July 15-18 (swimming-themed), and August 5-8 (art-themed). (and yes, it coincides with Andy Warhol’s birthday, as the hotel has a Warhol collection in their lobby). Get the package here.

Miami Swim Week

Bikini addicts, beware. Miami Swim Week is back July 14-21. The weekend-long event features a program that features parties, parades and more. Of course, there’s the Miss Bikini United States event, as well as the 41st Sustainable Swim Week International Miami, which features sustainable swimwear (Nigerian model Tayo Ishola is teaming up with swimwear brand Eido Fashion for a party on July 16). See the full program here.


This biannual event aims to “connect fashion and culture, so you can discover trends, access opportunities, exchange ideas and make connections,” writes PROJECT Las Vegas on their website. Their next iteration will take place August 8-10 at the Las Vegas Convention Center and will feature brands ranging from streetwear to sneakers. Expect to discover new emerging brands, discover the latest beauty products, find new accessories from belts to hats, and discover the latest activewear and denim finds, all at an affordable price. It’s a place for shoppers, brands and fashion insiders, showcasing the top trends for the upcoming season. PROJECT also has a chapter in New York.

Shoes: Anatomy, Identity, Magic

Opening on September 1 at the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York, Shoes: Anatomy, Identity, Magic will highlight approximately 400 pairs of shoes from the museum’s permanent collection of 4,000 shoes. It explores the cultural significance of shoes, while showcasing the museum’s own collection. Expect to see 17th century shoes, men’s high heels and designer shoes from Manolo Blahnik to Chanel, Christian Louboutin pumps to shoes from Alexander McQueen, Prada, Iris van Herpen and Roger Vivier, among others. Stay connected on the museum’s website to find out the date of the opening night.

West Strands 2022

This summer has been all about knitwear, from knit dresses to cute little crop tops, fiber arts have been at the heart of this summer’s style. So it makes sense that Strands West, a fiber fashion showcase, is in full force. Spotlighting brands that work in crochet and knitting, this year’s event is being held on July 31 at Crafted Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro, CA, featuring the latest arts trends from the fiber. It’s where you can get “everything from everyday wear and beachwear to fabulous couture accessories and dresses,” they write. This year’s designer showcase includes Kristen Williams, Kera Ridley, Tracie Powell and Annette Corsino, among others. Get your tickets here.

Tip: Keep your eyes peeled for a Gianni Versace retrospective at the Groninger Museum opening this winter. More info here.