NEW YORK — There’s been talk recently of improving the overall New York Fashion Week experience. Now the Council of Fashion Designers of America is making a significant move to aid those efforts.
The CFDA is taking a more active role in the planning of shows and presentations, and will work with Ruth Finley and the Fashion Calendar, starting with the round of fall shows in February. The approach ranges from the scheduling of shows to servicing editors and buyers with better ways to organize their week.
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