NEW YORK — The fashion capitals could be one step closer to a solution to the show date dilemma.
According to sources, the Council of Fashion Designers of America sent a letter to the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana on Tuesday to respond to the demands made by the Italian organization late last month. The CFDA is said to have agreed to move its dates for September 2012 shows to Sept. 6 to 13 to avoid clashing with Milan, and start on the second Thursday in September 2013 and 2014. But, it rejected Italy’s demand to eliminate the second Thursday of New York Fashion Week — a day that Ralph Lauren and Calvin Klein Collection are among the headliners.
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