After celebrations in cities such as Singapore, Los Angeles, Seoul and Rio de Janeiro, the Calvin Klein Inc. traveling show is about to hit the road again, this time to Shanghai.
Next week, CKI creative directors Francisco Costa, Italo Zucchelli and Kevin Carrigan, and president and chief executive officer Tom Murry will head to the Chinese metropolis to host an event there on April 16. The evening will include a runway show that will bring together an assortment of fall merchandise, including apparel and accessories, from Calvin Klein Collection, ck Calvin Klein and Calvin Klein Jeans — the first show of its kind since 1994. The show, at former textile factory Bund 1919, is expected to feature more than 70 models from around the world, with separate vignettes planned for each of the brands.
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