The New York City – Big Apple dresses up to enjoy one of the most important events for fashion loers. Over the next few days, the latest proposals from the most important designers in the country will be on the catwalk and we will be discovering the new trends of the coming seasons.
The fashion week of haute couture is celebrated in Spring and Autumn in the world capitals of fashion, and New York is, of course, one of them. Everyone who is someone in New York attends these exclusive fashion shows in early September and February, and now you can also see the creations of the great designers from the front row.
Here is the list of upcoming fashion shows in New York:
- New York Fashion Week Spring 2019 will start on September 6 and will end on 14th September.
- Art Hearts Fashion (AHF) brings NYFW shows will be programmed from 6th September to 9th September.
- Style Fashion Week will start from 6th September to 9th September. However, this event is for Couture Level Members only.
- From September 7th to 9th, Couture Fashion Week will be held in the Crown Plaza, Times Square in Manhattan, NY. In this show, more than 200 international fashion models will perform.
- On September 8th, there will be a Fashion Week Show at the Hotel Pennsylvania, New York and the entry for this show is free.
- 2018 Essence presents Street Style fashion show in Duggal Greenhouse, Brooklyn. Entry ticket for this show is $20.
- Be witness of best selection of designers from international celebrity that took part from across the globe. They will be presenting their exclusive collection modest wear and of haute couture in Maarkah Fashion Week for 2 days on September 9th and September 10th in New York.
- Kozaburo Akasaka, the acclaimed special award winner LVMH, will parade in New York on Tuesday, September 11.
- Free FAAB Fashion Week is on Friday, September 14 at 5.30 pm. At 4 West 43rd St. NY.
There will be around 100 fashion shows parades and presentations in the official program and the final touch will be Marc Jacobs on the afternoon of Wednesday, September 12. This means that for the first time in a long time there will be a day of margin between the season of parades in New York and London.