NEW YORK — Calvin Klein Inc. set the fashion calendar in a scramble on Friday when its designer made the decision to move its runway show from Tuesday evening to Thursday at 4 p.m. — without mentioning it to the designer who had already planned to show then.

Several designers were upset by the company’s last-minute decision to reschedule its runway show to a time space originally held by James Coviello. In response, Coviello, Daryl Kerrigan, Roland Mouret and men’s wear designer Yoko Devereaux have changed or are considering a change in their time slots. Shows are sometimes the one big splurge for firms without the clout behind Calvin Klein, now owned by Phillips-Van Heusen.

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