Katie Holmes in NYFW riddle

Katie Holmes’ clothing line appears to be missing from the New York Fashion Week preliminary schedule.

IMG released the document recently and The Cut reports luxury label Holmes & Yang is missing from the line-up for the catwalk event running between February 7 and 14.

The actress co-designs the pieces with her stylist Jeanne Yang and the two ladies made their Fashion Week debut last season at the Lincoln Center.

The pretty brunette has recently been busy performing in Broadway show Dead Accounts, which could explain her absence.

With the play having only just closed on January 6, it’s possible the 34-year-old hasn’t had time to finalise details.

The gorgeous star is also the face of Bobbi Brown cosmetics’ new campaign, which launched earlier this week.

As the first celebrity spokesmodel for the iconic company, the mother-of-one caused a stir with her sultry looks and smokey eye make-up.

With her recent hectic schedule, it may be Katie feels she has no time to make an appearance at the runway event.

The star’s first Fashion Week showing in September received mixed reviews, but managed to drum up a great deal of media attention.

Katie herself looked super chic at the show, in black skinny jeans, a floaty white blouse and a tough leather jacket.

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