Showing posts with label Lincoln Center. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Lincoln Center. Show all posts

Sep 10, 2010

West Side Rolls Out Red Carpet for Fashion Week

Fashion Week Debuts at Lincoln Center
No. 1 Subway Renamed “The Fashion Line” For the Week

One of the world’s most eye-catching events comes to one of the world’s greatest cultural institutions, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week has moved to Lincoln Center between W. 62nd and W. 65th Streets and Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues.

Fashion Week draws people from all over the world to New York City, and the buzz is even greater this year with it debuting at its new home at Lincoln Center.

Every year, the events pump hundreds of millions of dollars into the City’s economy and support the 175,000 people who work in New York City’s fashion industry. 

The inaugural Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at Lincoln Center will feature more than 90 of the world’s most established and up-and-coming designers presenting their collections for Spring 2011.

Each year, attendees at New York’s Fashion Weeks generate new economic activity for City businesses, accounting for more than $466 million in direct visitor spending and generating more than $770 million in economic activity in New York City.

Feb 10, 2009

New York Fashion Week Moving to Lincoln Center

New York City's bi-annual Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week events will be moving to Lincoln Center.

The fashion shows will relocate from
Bryant Park to Damrosch Park in Lincoln Center beginning in September 2010.

Until then, the event will take place at
Bryant Park, including the Fall 2009 collections which begin February 13, 2009.

New York fashion week
generates $773 million in economic activity. The fashion industry in NYC provides more than 175,000 jobs generating billions of dollars in wages for New Yorkers annually.

The new venue at Damrosch Park, which is managed by Lincoln Center, will provide about 87,000 square feet of space for the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week shows, compared to the roughly 70,000 square feet available at Bryant Park - a 25 percent increase.

Dec 2, 2007

Christmas Tree at Lincoln Center


Christmas Tree at Lincoln Center
Colorodo Blue Spruce - 55 feet

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