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July 29 2014

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33 posts tagged "Fashion’s Night Out"

Manolo Blahnik To Fashion’s Night Out

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You already know that some of New York’s favorite fashion folk (Carolina Herrera, Alexander Wang, Isaac Mizrahi, Bobbi Brown) will be involved in the wee-hour retail festivities of Fashion’s Night Out. But we just learned that London-based stiletto godfather Manolo Blahnik is hopping the pond to join in the industry-boosting fun on September 10. Will we see more international names as the date nears? You never know, so stay tuned.

Photo: Clint Spaulding/ Patrick McMullan

Fashion’s Night Out: It’s Your Turn To Get Involved

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Attention store buyers, PR assistants, fashion student interns, sample-room specialists, shipping teams, etc., etc.: If you’re in New York today and you’re free at 5:30, get yourself up to Times Square and grab your 15 minutes of fame. The organizers of Fashion’s Night Out, the citywide shopping extravaganza happening on September 10, are shooting the grand finale of a public service announcement about the event that will run on TV, online, and in taxis, and they want you to star in it—after all, you’re the people that Fashion’s Night Out was dreamed up to support. The first 200 people to show up at 39th Street between Seventh and Eighth avenues will receive a Fashion’s Night Out T-shirt. Your RSVP is essential; e-mail rsvp@cfda.com.

 

Fashion’s Night Out: A Call To Action

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Calling all retailers: The last day to register to participate in Fashion’s Night Out is August 1. As we’ve previously reported, on September 10, stores across New York’s five boroughs and around the world will be staying open late, and many of them will be hosting special events to reel in the customers. And by “special” we don’t mean ho-hum wine and cheese. We mean the kind of irresistible “special” that will incite a fashion lover who’s temporarily hung up her Fifth Avenue spurs to hitch up the saddle and high-tail it into stores. What will she see? Alexander Wang will be instructing shoppers on the art of runway modeling at Barneys’ Madison Avenue outpost before hightailing it over to Bergdorf’s on Fifth to sign T-shirts. Meanwhile, down the block at Saks, both Donna Karan and Carolina Herrera will be fêting their new in-store boutiques with assists from beauty gurus Bobbi Brown and Frédéric Fekkai. And that’s just the beginning of the fun to be had; so far, more than 300 stores in the city have registered to participate. To get in on the action and sign up today, visit http://www.fashionsnightout.com/register.html.

Photo:Neil Rasmus / Patrick McMullan.com