The New York Fashion Week event powered by The SOCIETY provides one of the best touring Fashion Experience with leading Fashion Designers, Entertainment, and Production all under one roof at the Broad Street Ballroom from September 5th through the 8th in New York City. The SOCIETY is the only large scale production company in the world to have both a large scale Fashion Week experience along with a full Fashion Trade Show. With Fashion Designers and Exhibitors coming from around the world to participate within our events it only makes sense to choose an event that offers everything, with an experience from beginning to end.Continue Reading →
Paris Fashion Week (PFW) happens February 25th through March 5,
If you aren’t able to make any of the fashion week shows you can still see them, LIVE in fact! FashionWeekOnline.com is dedicated to organizing the international fashion week calendar, hosting LIVE streams from the “Big 4,” and helping promote fashion week for the press and general public. Each year during fashion week, FashionWeekOnline.com, streams LIVE videos of shows and if you missed a show you can watch the replay in month view.Continue Reading →
Sustainable and green products industry is growing as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch in the Pacific oceans continues to expand. Fortunately we have brands that are working to help save the earth by making sustainable products and the Malaika New York luxury fashion brand is one of them. Recently, Malaika New York was announced as the October designer for Pildora‘s: Designer Spotlight Series. Continue Reading →
Today was the official first day of New York Fashion Week. Each year the world’s top fashion designer gather in New York to celebrate their new fashion lines or host a fashion show of their new designs. It’s a great time to be in New York, the energy is amazing! Continue Reading →
While doing my daily scan of fashion news on I found this article on WWD.com; I’m now jealous I do not live in NYC especially during Fashion Week!
Per WWD.com when Riccardo Tisci shows his Givenchy collection in New York on Sept. 11, members of the general public will make up a huge portion of his audience. Twelve hundred “real people” — mostly non-industry, non-celebrity civilians (no proof of Givenchy purchase required) as well as a cadre of students and faculty from local fashion schools — will attend, along with the usual show-going industry suspects.*
Good luck to all that try to be one of the “real people” (aren’t we all real?) that attend this event! Sounds Epic!