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New York Fashion Week goes digital this September

All the shows are set to go digital without the presence of any guests, which will help to shorten the intervals of time between shows.
Photo courtesy of Marc Jacobs

As the fashion industry reschedules its calendar, the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) has just announced the latest plan for New York Fashion Week.

According to CFDA, the Spring Summer 2021 NYFW will be hosted from 14 to 16 September, with the possibility of one-day extension until 17 September, depends on the participation of brands and designers. Most important of all, all the shows are set to go digital without the presence of any guests, which will help to shorten the intervals of time between shows.

Mark Beckham, CFDA vice president of marketing and events, told WWD that the financial difficulties caused by the pandemic “could pressure some designers this season.” In particular, both Marc Jacobs and Michael Kores, two of the biggest names of NYFW have already declared their intention of not participating in the September calendar

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