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New York Fashion Week

8 Feb 2020
American designer Christian Siriano wows the audience with shiny outfits, extravagant cuts and flowing fabrics for his show on the opening day of New York Fashion Week. Siriano has been propelled to the forefront of the American ready-to-wear scene and is one of the few designers to use plus-size models in his shows.
23 Nov 2019
Fresh from his successful showing at New York Fashion Week, South African designer Laduma Ngxokolo speaks to Reuters about his 'MaXhosa' brand.
7 Jun 2019
Designers reveal their Spring/Summer 2020 collections during New York Fashion Week: Mens.
23 Feb 2019
From the high-waisted, ankle-baring trousers that opened Tom Ford's show to the darker interpretation that Marc Jacobs put on the same silhouette, here are the must-see outfits from the Fall 2019 runway shows of New York Fashion Week.
12 Sep 2018
Kanye West sits with Hillary Clinton during New York Fashion Week. The rapper shared a photo of his seat at a Ralph Lauren event. The photo showed Oprah Winfrey, West has been vocal about his support for Trump. His wife, Kim Kardashian, has also worked with Trump to discuss prison reform.
13 Sep 2017
Plus-size retailer Torrid makes its New York Fashion Week debut featuring 40 full-figured models.
17 Feb 2017
The rapper and designer reveal his fifth collection at New York Fashion Week: The Shows.
14 Feb 2017
Madeline Stuart debuts her own fashion collection at New York Fashion Week.
10 Feb 2017
All sorts of designers are taking part in New York Fashion Week which started on 9th February, but at least two who are hoping to break into fashion come from a very different world - corporate banking.

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