We were honored to sponsor designer Amalya Meira, who recently showed her collection at Vancouver Fashion Week. Check out some shots of the show (and all of the behind-the-scenes happenings!) below, and be sure to visit Amalya.com to see more of her work!
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Are you a fashion designer or industry supplier? Do you have a showroom, label, or other fashion-related business? If so, we’d love to collaborate with you during New York Fashion Week!
As Fashion Week (September 10-17) rapidly approaches, we are looking to partner with indie designers, fabric suppliers, fashion showrooms, factories, and other fashion-related businesses in and around NYC who might have an interest in gaining social media followers and potential customers by participating in our Fashion Week festivities.
We love doing all we can to promote independent designers, local businesses, Garment District resources, and “made in NYC” products; each of these opportunities is available at absolutely no cost to your business. These are provided as a kindness to our customers, and as a way to increase awareness about smaller businesses and brands.
Partnership Opportunities for Fashion Week 2015 include:
Feature your business on our blog during New York Fashion Week. We’ll send you a short list of questions, which can be completed via email at your convenience–your opportunity to tell potential customers what your business is all about! (Please feel free to visit some of last year’s blog entries here and here.) We’re happy to include any product photos you provide, as well as links to your social media accounts and/or your online store. Blog will be heavily promoted via our social media feeds and is a good opportunity to pick up new social media followers, as well as potential customers.
Invite one of our Fashion Week Tour groups into your showroom or workspace for a brief visit. Group size is kept small (maximum of 8 participants, plus the tour guide) so as to minimize disruption to your workflow. Spend 15-20 minutes telling our group of fashion-savvy guests (many of whom are fashion designers, design students, and others connected to the industry) about your business and/or design process. You are welcome to hand out promotional materials during the visit; if you have clothing/accessories or other products for sale, feel free to offer these for purchase to our guests–several past showroom visit participants have gained repeat customers this way! The visit will be heavily promoted via our social media feeds. Due to time and travel constraints, your showroom/workspace must be located in or near the Garment District in order to participate in an in-person visit.
Gift Bag Participant
During Fashion Week, each of our tour guests receives a tote bag stocked with goodies from various New York City fashion businesses. Provide us with samples, coupons, business cards, brochures, promotional materials, or anything else you’d like (approx. 50 pieces needed), and we’ll include them in our bags!
To participate in one (or more) of these ways–or to suggest your own way to get involved in our Fashion Week tours–email us at email@example.com.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Too busy to participate during Fashion Week? We’re always looking for new resources and partners to participate throughout the year, either as an in-person visit for our tours, or as an inclusion on the coupon handout that all Garment District tour guests receive. Let’s talk!
If you’re in NYC and looking for something fun and fashion-y to do this summer, consider visiting one of these costume and fashion-related exhibits:
The Museum at FIT
Global Fashion Capitals (Through November 14th)
Explore the history and culture of established and emerging global fashion capitals such as Paris, New York, London, Milan, Toyko, and Berlin. (27th Street and Seventh Avenue, Manhattan.) Admission: Free.
Learn more about this exhibit.
Metropolitan Museum of Art
China: Through the Looking Glass (Through September 7th)
This exhibit explores the impact of Chinese aesthetics on Western fashion, and how China has fueled the imagination of the fashion industry for centuries. Includes 140+ examples of haute couture and avant garde ready-to-wear alongside Chinese art. Metropolitan Museum of Art (1000 Fifth Avenue, Manhattan.) Admission: $25.
Bard Graduate Center
Fashioning the Body: An Intimate History of the Silhouette (Through July 26th)
An exhibit examining the ways in which men and women have shaped their bodies into distinctive silhouettes in the name of fashion, including devices such as corsets, girdles, and push-up bras. (18 West 86th Street, Manhattan.) Admission: $7.
Tisch Gallery, Jewish Community Center of Manhattan
What’s Under Your Pareo? Unraveling the Work of Lea Gottleib (Through August 2nd)
Explore the world of swimwear designer Lea Gottleib. Exhibit features garments, bathing suits, textiles, original drawings, and archival prints. (334 Amsterdam Avenue, Manhattan.) Admission: Free.
Premier Exhibitions Fifth Avenue
Saturday Night Live: The Exhibition (Ongoing)
Go behind-the-scenes to experience a week in the life of the cast and crew of Saturday Night Live. Exhibit includes well-known sets, props, and costumes from the show. Premier Exhibitions (417 Fifth Avenue, Manhattan.) Admission: $29.
Museum of the Moving Image
Matthew Weiner’s Mad Men (Through September 6th)
Explore the creative process behind AMC’s Mad Men. Exhibit features more than 25 iconic costumes from the series, as well as props, advertising art, and more. Museum of the Moving Image (36-01 35th Avenue, Astoria, Queens.) Admission: $12.
The Rise of Sneaker Culture (Through October 4th)
Exhibit focuses on the global obsession with sneakers, from their modest origins in the nineteenth century to the current trends in designer footwear. Featuring 150 pairs of sneakers from the archives of Adidas, Puma, Nike, and many others. Brooklyn Museum (200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn). Admission: $16.
Museum of the City of New York
Gilded New York (Ongoing)
Explore the visual culture of elite New York in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Display features more than 100 pieces, including costumes, jewelry, and decorative objects. Museum of the City of New York (1220 Fifth Avenue, Manhattan.) Admission: $14.