I was very confused about what was happening here, as we just saw Hudson show an ample collection in New York in September. Well, Vogue explains it all:

Just a little over a month after showing his fall 2023 collection in September during New York Fashion Week, Sergio Hudson presented 14 looks for a spring 2024 capsule collection. Hudson, who has been operating on a see-now, buy-now schedule for the past few seasons, is returning to the traditional calendar. “I just feel like when we came out of COVID everyone had this fresh idea that we were going to be see-now, buy-now,” Hudson said of the change. “I stepped out there and did it, but I feel like I was kind of out there by myself…. Doing this capsule collection was our way to get back on track.”

This sounds stressful! (I literally thought the collection we just saw actually was Spring Summer 2024 and had just bee mislabeled; I’m sure there was a lot of confusion there.) Being a fashion designer seems like a very tough business to be in. Hudson continued, telling Vogue that this smaller collection is for “a woman who summers in the Hamptons or Martha’s Vineyard but is still taking meetings and working during the week.” Sounds fun! Let’s take a look.

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