Could New York men’s wear stand on its own during a separate fashion week?
That’s the question being bandied about in high-level talks hosted by the Council of Fashion Designers of America. The discussions follow long-running complaints by designers, retailers and editors that men’s shows in New York get short shrift by attaching themselves to the women’s shows in February and September. With the buzzed-about launch last June of London Collections: Men, New York is now the only major fashion capital without a stand-alone showcase for men’s wear designers.
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