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  1. Anyone excited about New York fashion week?

    The spring 2010 clothes are barely in stores and it is still cold (in a lot of the country) where we are firmly in fall 2009 clothes, but super excited about the new collections debuting.

    Here are some resources to help you stay in the loop.

    NY Mag tends to have a comprehensive coverage:

    Style.com will post the new shows the day after, so look out under "runway"
    Also, they have this guide posted:

    WWD.com has the best (free) coverage with reviews, imo

    All the biggest bloggers will be out: refinery, fashionista, style bubble, bryanboy

    Also, be sure to check out www.NYTimes.com/style, NY Post, International Herald Tribune for coverage.

    There is also this contest to get an intimate view and win swag from the runways:

    That is the only contest I can find that relates to fashion week (that isn't over yet.)

    Please post your comments on fashion week and any resources you know about!
  2. ^Thanks so much, sonya!

    I, for one, am very excited about the festivities about to begin. I'll be going to a few shows on behalf of Hoot Magazine (my newly-started university fashion magazine) and the Columbia Spectator. I'll post links here to the little blurbs I'll write on the shows I attend!
  3. Congratulations. I know you will have fun at the shows. :smile:
  4. hope u can sneek some pics
  5. ^ I definitely will! I'll post some here :smile:
  6. Definitely looking forward to seeing your pictures!
  7. This is during the same time



    february 11 2010 -> march 14 2010

    Founded in 2005 by sisters Kate and Laura Mulleavy, Rodarte (2009 National Design Awards Fashion Design finalist) is widely acclaimed for its daring and conceptual fashion collections. This installation offers a glimpse into the Mulleavys' unique process and inspiration at an important point in their career.

    © Rodarte, Fall/Winter 2008 collection. Photo: Dan Lecca

    Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum
    2 East 91st Street

    Press Contact: cooperhewittpress@si.edu
  8. The first day's schedule

    Fashion Shows / february 11 2010

    9.00am Mackage
    The Salon
    Bryant Park

    10.00am BCBG Max Azria
    The Tent
    Bryant Park

    11.00am Richard Chai
    The Promenade
    Bryant Park

    12.00pm Vena Cava
    Milk Studios
    450 W. 15th St. bet. 9 & 10th Aves

    1.00pm Duckie Brown
    The Salon
    Bryant Park

    2.00pm Toni Maticevski
    Altman Building
    135 West 18th St. - bet. 6th & 7th Aves.

    3.00pm Ports 1961
    The Promenade
    Bryant Park

    4.00pm Bess
    Theater 80
    80 Saint Marks Place

    4.00pm Cushnie et Ochs
    see invitation

    4.30pm Oumlil
    Ez Studios
    325 West 37th St. btwn 8th & 9th Avenue

    5.00pm Rachel Comey
    531 West 25th St.

    6.00pm Farah Angsana
    The Salon
    Bryant Park

    6.00pm Jen Kao
    Milk Studios
    450 W. 15th St. Bet. 9 & 10th Aves

    7.00pm Chado Ralph Rucci
    see invitation

    7.00pm Heart Truth
    The Tent
    Bryant Park

    8.00pm Mik Cire by Eric Kim
    The Promenade
    Bryant Park

    Presentations / february 11 2010

    >6.00pm Kara Ross
    Kara Ross
    41 East 60 Street, 5th Fl. - btwn Park and Madison

    >5.30pm Helen Yarmak
    The Crown Building
    730 Fifth Avenue, 23 fl.

    >12.30pm Organic by John Patrick
    348 West 36th Street

    >2.00pm Lutz & Patmos
    425 West 13th St., Suite 401

    >5.00pm Miguel Antoinne
    Media Oasis - 3rd fl.
    62 West 45th St. btwn 5th and 6th Aves

    >2.00pm Robert Tonner
    Algonquin Hotel
    59 West 44th Street , 2nd FL

    >2.30pm Daniel Vosovic
    Exit Art
    475 10th Avenue at 36th Street

    >5.00pm Elene Cassis
    Bryant Park Hotel - #1009
    40 West 40th Street

    >5.00pm L.A.M.B.
    Milk Studios
    450 West 15th St.

    >5.30pm Bespoken
    Hosfelt Gallery
    531 West 36th Street

    >7.00pm Rolando Santana
    306 West 38th Street - Ste 630

    >8.00pm George McCracken
    625 West 27th Street

    >7.00pm Jonathan Simkhai
    Michelson Studio
    163 Bank Street - Private Elevator Courtyard

    >6.30pm Keith Lissner
    441 West 14th Street

    >6.30pm Chadwick Bell
    La Venue
    608 West 28th Street

    >7.00pm La Perla
    Lehmann Maupin Gallery
    540 W 26th St.

    >8.00pm Mara Hoffman
    Open House Gallery
    201 Mulberry Street btwn Kenmare & Spring Sts
  9. I walk pass Bryant Park everyday. Its so cool to walk pass when fashion week has started and all the buzz is in full effect.
  10. The energy outside the tents is great. There is so much going on. It is more fun to see the big editors pull up in their towncars. I remember seeing Carine Roitfeld step out in a black puffy but fitted coat, she looked almost like an alien. It was funny that inside the tents, no one talked to her, and she almost looked awkward, confused. I love her though, she is much more down to earth than Anna Wintour!
  11. Will we be getting some backstage pictures?:graucho:
  12. I won't be going backstage (as far as I know...) but all your comments about the unique ambience outside the tents has me even more excited. I do hope that the projected snowfall isn't too massive so that I can wear heels :smile: I love colored tights, so I'm planning on wearing a different pair every day, hehe. If any of you are going, pm me and perhaps we'll see each other at the tents or at Milk or at any one of the myriad of presentation studios. I'll be the one doing schoolwork before the show ;)

  13. You should try to go backstage after the show. It is a very different view of what is going on. :smile:
  14. Thursday's schedule

    9am Mackage
    The Salon, Bryant Park
    10am BCBGMaxAzria
    The Tent, Bryant Park
    10:15am appt Jonathan Kelsey
    Starworks, 5 Crosby Street, Suite 3D (Grand/Howard St.)
    11:15am appt Esquivel Shoes
    Indigo Showroom, 545 8th Ave - STE 14NC
    10:30-12:30pm Organic by John Patrick Presentation
    348 West 36th Street, Grnd Floor
    (8th/9th Ave)
    11am Richard Chai Love
    The Promenade, Bryant Park
    11-1pm Heidi Klum for A Pea in The Pod/Motherhood Maternity
    Destination Maternity - 28 E. 57th at Madison
    12pm Vena Cava
    Milk Studios, 450 W. 15th St.
    12-2pm Lutz & Patmos Presentation
    425 West 13th St, Suite 406
    (11th-18th) Chrome Hearts Presentation
    159 E. 64th St
    12:30-2:30pm Falls Presentation
    Soho House - White Room - 25 Ninth Avenue at 13th Street
    1:15pm appt Kara Ross Presentation
    Kara Ross, 41 East 60th Street
    1-2:30pm Daniel Vosovic Presentation
    Exit Art, 475 10th Avenue (36th/37th St.)
    1-3pm Sartel Presentation
    Tela Design Studio - Little West 12th Street (9th/ Washington)
    2pm Toni Maticevski
    Altman Building, 135 West 18th Street
    2-4pm Wendi Reed Presentation
    89 5th Ave, Suite 802, 16th St
    2:30-5pm Elene Cassis Presentation
    Bryant Park Hotel, 40 W. 40th St, Suite 2302
    3pm Ports 1961 Presentation
    The Promenade, Bryant Park
    3-5pm L.A.M.B. Presentation
    Milk Studios, 450 West 15th Street
    3-5pm LNA Presentation
    Milk Studios, 450 West 15th Street, PH
    3-5pm McQ Alexander McQueen Presentation
    Milk Studios, 450 West 15th Street, 1st Fl.
    4pm Cushnie Et Ochs
    Stage37, 508 West 37th Street
    (10th/11th Ave.)
    4pm Bess
    Theatre 80, 80 St. Marks Place
    4-5:30pm Unreserved/ American Indian Fashion Alliance Presentation
    Bryant Park Hotel, 40 West 40th Street, PH
    4-7pm Rolando Santana Presentation
    306 W. 38th St, Suite 603
    5pm Rachel Comey
    531 West 25th Street, 3rd floor,
    (10th/11th Ave.)
    5pm appt Reece Hudson Handbag Presentation
    Private Residence
    5-6:30pm Keith Lissner Presentation
    441 W. 14th St. (9th/10th)
    5-7pm Jonathan Simkhai Presentation
    163 Bank St
    5:30-6:30pm Chadwick Bell Presentation
    La Venue 608 W. 28th St. (11th/12th Ave)
    5:30-7:30pm La Perla Presentation
    Lehmann Maupin Gallery, 540 West 26th Street (10th/11th Ave.)
    (11-12th) Rita Liefhebber Presentation
    Moving Truck at Prince Lumber 61-67 9th Avenue (15th)
    6pm Jen Kao
    Milk Studios, 450 West 15th Street
    6pm Farah Angsana
    The Salon, Bryant Park
    6-8pm Ideen
    32-36 Little W12th St. (9th/Washington)
    6-8pm Mara Hoffman Presentation
    201 Mulberry Street (Spring/Kenmare)
    6-8pm Karolina Zmarlak
    E-P, 7 Extra Place Alley behind 313 Bowery (Old CBGB's)
    7pm appt Yestadt Millinery
    The Wooly, 11 Barclay Street
    7pm Chado Ralph Rucci
    536 Broadway at Spring, 6th Fl
    8pm appt Lizzie Fortunado
    179 Stanton St
    8pm Erin Wasson + RVCA Presentation
    ABC Carpet - 888 Broadway, 19th St, 6th Fl
    8-10pm Patricia Field Exhibit
    Good Units - 353 W. 57th St. (8/9)
  15. Dude to the snowstorm, many shows are being postponed. PR girls are quite anxious because of the low attendance today. I was at the airport and all the flights to New York were canceled. I hope the weather calms down so I will not miss too many shows tomorrow! Some of my favorite are tomorrow!