By  on February 7, 2013

NEW YORK — Even before it is in full take-off mode, New York Fashion Week has hit major turbulence.

What could be the first major blizzard of the season, cutely named Winter Storm Nemo, caused designers, buyers and fashion editors to scurry Thursday to make contingency plans if heavy snow does arrive. Then came the news that Marc Jacobs is shifting his Collection show from Monday at 8 p.m. to the end of the week, Thursday, at the same time. That could mean buyers and press who planned to leave town on Feb. 14 might have to delay their trips to London or beyond by a day.

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