The show will highlight the new direction the brand has taken under designer Niall Sloan and ceo Iris Epple-Righi.
Escada sponsored the fund-raiser, which drew droves of elegant patrons to its Upper East Side galleries Thursday evening.
The annual gala is set for March 15.
Chief executive officer Iris Epple-Righi, who took up her post last year, said in an interview with WWD that she’s looking for newness across a variety of areas.
Ex-Red Bull marketing ace to “give wings” to Escada’s on and offline activities.
Niall Sloan is to join the Munich-based fashion house and start work on fall 2018.
“Lots of high-waisted jeans, silk blouses, big hair and big shoulder pads,” explained the actress of her look as Kitty Menendez.
Eleven London brands will share grants totaling $450,000 pounds.