By  on December 10, 2007

NEW YORK — The ever-earlier show dates have been a thorn in the side of many New York designers and now the Council of Fashion Designers of America is taking a more proactive role in the calendar to push back the dates in years to come.

On Friday, CFDA president Diane von Furstenberg reached out by e-mail to the president of the French Fashion Federation, Didier Grumbach, the head of the Italian Chamber of Fashion, Mario Boselli, and the chief executive of the British Fashion Council, Hilary Riva, to state the American plan for shows through 2010 and beyond.

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