As part of a plan to increase ties to the American market, the Council of Fashion Designers of Spain showed off some talent with "MadridFashionNewYork," an exhibition in SoHo Thursday night.
Carolina Herrera was among the guests on hand to support the efforts of 11 Spanish designers including Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, Ailanto, Miguel Palacio and Roberto Torreta. Having held its first initiative last fall at the Queen Sofia Spanish Institute in New York, the latest event was planned to help create a solid platform for the promotion of Spanish design in the U.S.
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