Tuesday, August 31, 2010

MERCEDES BENZ FASHION WEEK NYC


The fashion industry's finest, and the celebrities who love them, are descending on a new location for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week from September 9-16, 2010.

All of the hottest designers are showing their Spring 2010 collections to celebs and fashionistas in the tents at Lincoln Center this year. Stay tuned for more information as the event approaches.

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Friday, August 27, 2010

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Fashion Week Celebration

First Season of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at Lincoln Center



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Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at Lincoln Center, which will be held from September 9 to 16,
The event will continue to host three runway venues, and has added a fourth presentation space for designer presentations
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t seems like Fashion Week belongs to all of New York City this year—not just Lincoln Center. Between the expected off-site presentations, countless events being held throughout town for Fashion's Night Out, as well as downtown film screenings for fashion documentaries, it's clear that Fashion Week is a citywide affair. Even Grand Central's getting in on the action.

Dubbed "Fashion Central," the storied station's Vanderbilt Hall will be host to a pop-up shopping pavilion from September 8-10. The open area which has been home in the past to various holiday and vendor markets, will welcome brands like Conair, Silhouette Eyewear, Match.com, and Amrita Singh, to show off their newest products, offer makeovers and beauty touch-ups, dispense fashion advice and the like (and oh yes, there will be samples and gift bag prize giveaways).

Though it sounds more like a product showcase than some of the other more fashion designer-driven events going on around town, who doesn't love getting a little makeover while waiting to catch a train?