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Spring will be in the Air in September: Spring/Summer Fashion Week in NYC

Spring/summer Fashion Week in NYC brings well-loved and brand new designers to showcase their latest works.

Spring Summer Fashion Week in NYC

“Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.” ~Coco Chanel

The days may be shortening when autumn start approaching but the fashion world will be ahead of its time as designers showcase their spring collections for next year at Spring/Summer Fashion Week in NYC. One by one, models will strut the latest spring styles from global designers with a passion for fashion.

New York Fashion Week take place September 7 –14, 2017 and include the latest trends by designers like Badgley Mischka, Calvin Luo, Dion Lee, Oscar de la Renta, The Blond, Zhang Toi and many more.

For the first time this year, plus-sized retailer, Torrid will show at NYFW. The catwalk will be used for the brand’s third annual Model Search competition

The Manhattan Club has reservations available for those attending NYFW 2017. Perfect for guests staying overnight, or those needing accommodations for the entire week of events. Not on the Spring/Summer Fashion Week NYC invite list? We still have the perfect place to stay and absorb the excitement of any of Manhattan’s Fashion Events!





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