New York Fashion Week Is Changing Venues (Again)

BY Maddison Glendinning / Dec 8 2016 / 15:06 PM

It looks like SoHo is the new place to show

New York Fashion Week Is Changing Venues (Again)
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For the past three seasons, New York Fashion Week has been held at Skylight at Moynihan Station on 33rd Street. However this year it will be moved to West SoHo's Skylight at Clarkson Square, due to impending construction on the original venue. 
And it looks like the fash pack will be flocking to the downtown venue quite a lot next season, as WWD reports that approximately 60-70 shows will take place in the two main venues (the other is Industria on Washington Street) with more designers choosing to stage their shows in the official locations, which are run by NYFW organiser IMG, as opposed to off-site venues used by the likes of Ralph Lauren, Tory Burch and Tommy Hilfiger in seasons past.
NYFW will take place from February 9-16 of next year and we're already looking forward to some new season street style inspiration. Have those Pinterest boards at the ready, ladies.