The city’s Economic Development Corp. in partnership with the Council of Fashion Designers of America is investing more than $51 million in the garment industry.
A performance of “The Triangle Fire,” the first opera dedicated to the event and its aftermath, will be held at New York University March 25.
Committed to constant refinement, Weinberg’s signature waterproof vegan bag is now in its 68th iteration.
On April 28, Huffington will open an exhibition at Rebecca Minkoff’s gallery adjacent to the designer’s Melrose Avenue store. The artist has another show opening May 3 at Anastasia Photo on the Lower East Side about women and politics.
The original plan for the 2017 installment was to feature 48 to 55 artists, but after totaling everything up, the organizer Christine Finley wound up with 125.
At play is about one million square feet that have been earmarked for apparel manufacturing and another one million set aside for support purposes.
First-year projected wholesale volume for Dreams on Air ranges from $800,000 to $1.2 million.
Amy Larocca, who held the title of fashion director, will become fashion editor at large.
Avi Zimak comes to New York Media from Outbrain. He fills the role left open by Larry Burstein, who stepped down last year.
The immersive exhibit will be on view at the brand’s Madison Avenue boutique.
The company’s juggling a number of tech tests including in-store kiosks, beacons and social as it boosts its investment and focus on technology.
The Guild Hall exhibition is co-organized and curated by the Richard Avedon Foundation. Another version of Avedon’s view of the U.S. is showcased in an exhibition at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art.