New York Fashion Week
New York Fashion Week is an international event that takes place twice a year. It is one of the most influential fashion events in the world. The New York Fashion Week is a series of events in New York City during February and September each year. It is held once a year, for approximately two weeks, and it is an international event. The shows are organized by several leading designers who invite selected designers to show their work. These designers create their collections through the spring and summer seasons, using the fashion weeks as a venue for debuting them to buyers and the media. These shows are open to the public and media but require an invitation to attend.
The event was founded by Eleanor Lambert in 1943 as a showcase for American designers to create their clothing collections for the next season. Today, it remains one of the biggest fashion events globally, with more than 1,000 brands showcasing their latest collections during this time of year.
The schedule typically begins with the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring/Summer, between 9-12 September, and showcases spring/summer collections by major brands such as Ralph Lauren and Michael Kors. The fall/winter collections are then showcased between 4-9 February at Lincoln Center's David H. Koch Theater Center, also known as "The Hub" because of its location at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts on Columbus Avenue between 62nd and 63rd streets). This is followed by Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall/Winter, which features similar presentations from major brands, including Calvin Klein Jeans and Céline, among others).
This year's New York Fashion Week will be from September 9th to the 14th. The fashion shows will occur at Spring Studios at 50 Varick Street.
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