The tents in Bryant Park.

NEW YORK — Seventh on Sixth has set its pricing and venue plans for the spring edition of Olympus Fashion Week, which will be staged in New York Sept. 8-15, while also confirming the dates for its Los Angeles production, now scheduled Oct....

NEW YORK — Seventh on Sixth has set its pricing and venue plans for the spring edition of Olympus Fashion Week, which will be staged in New York Sept. 8-15, while also confirming the dates for its Los Angeles production, now scheduled Oct. 25-29.

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Olympus Fashion Week will include three venues for the spring season: The Theater, The Plaza and The Bryant. The Theater is the largest space with 11,750 square feet, a black interior and options for a traditional or U-shaped runway. With a maximum capacity of 1,115 people, the space rents for $38,000 for morning and afternoon shows and $42,500 for evening presentations.

The Plaza is 9,050 square feet with a U-shaped runway and seating for 548, priced at $32,500. The Bryant is a 4,950-square-foot, all-white space with room for 209 seated guests, priced at $18,500. Designer submissions for venue requests are due by July 9, according to IMG, which owns the 7th on Sixth franchise.

Venues for the Los Angeles event, called Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at Smashbox Studios, are still being finalized.

— Eric Wilson