Tuesday, Feb. 10 n/a: Bradley Bayou for Halston, 113 West 42nd Street. 9 a.m.: Reem Acra, The Atelier, Bryant Park. 9 a.m.-6 p.m.: O’Halloran Co., Horse Trailer, 41st Street and Sixth Avenue. 9:30 a.m.: Gap (collection preview), 675 Sixth Avenue. 10 a.m.: Gustavo Arango, Studio Noir, Bryant Park. 10 a.m.: Luella Bartley, Altman Building, 135 West 18th Street. 11 a.m.: Douglas Hannant, The Promenade, Bryant Park. 11 a.m.: Arlequin, Mao Space at Atlas, 66 West 38th Street. 11 a.m.: Kate Spade & Jack Spade, 48 West 25th Street. Noon: Bill Blass, The Tent, Bryant Park. 1 p.m.: Chaiken, The Atelier, Bryant Park. 1 p.m.: Libertine, St Bart’s, 50th Street and Park Avenue. 2 p.m.: Maurice Malone, Studio Noir, Bryant Park. 2 p.m.: Charles Alexander, Mao Space at Atlas, 66 West 38th Street. 3 p.m.: Marc by Marc Jacobs, New York. State Armory, 68 Lexington Avenue. 4 p.m.: Sebastian Pons, Gramercy Park Hotel, 2 Lexington Avenue. 5 p.m.: Paula Hian, The Atelier, Bryant Park. 5 p.m.: Menichetti, 537 West 26th Street. 5 p.m.: Shannon Stokes, Mao Space at Atlas, 66 West 38th Street. 6 p.m.: Roland Mouret, 776 Sixth Avenue between 26th and 27th Streets. 7 p.m.: Nanette Lepore, Studio Noir, Bryant Park. 7 p.m.: Generra, Drive In Studio, 443 West 18th Street. 7 p.m.: Holly Kristen, Gotham Hall, 985 Sixth Avenue. 8 p.m.: Narciso Rodriguez, The Tent, Bryant Park. 8-9 p.m.: Louis Vuitton (Fifth Avenue global store-opening party), 1 East 57th Street. 8-11 p.m.: Marc Ecko, 22 West 19th Street. 9 p.m.: nom d., Mao Space at Atlas, 66 West 38th Street.* For last minute schedule changes, check 7th on 6th.
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