NYFW May No Longer Be an Exclusive Affair, CFDA Says Big Changes Possible

There’s no arguing that New York Fashion Week is one of the biggest events on the fashion calendar, and season after season fashion mavens are glued to their Instagram feed to catch a glimpse of the looks coming down the runway. But all of that is about to change. The Council of Fashion Designers of America, the group in charge of NYFW, has been discussing the possibility of making the shows consumer events rather than industry affairs. The collections presented would also be in-season rather than six months ahead of schedule.

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