Tuesday, January 28, 2003

More the Merrier?

New York fashion week is going to be a "buzzy" place with the introduction of three new fashion publications in around the tents of Bryant Park: Style & Design from Time magazine a glossy semi-annual that also will be mailed to high-end Time subscribers, a tabloid called The Daily filled with news & gossip from 7thonsixth and a new behind-the-scenes entry from Women's Wear Daily called Inside New York.

The above three new publications are in addition to WWD that is distributed at the shows and last season's clear winner, Us Weekly's Fashion Week edition, a gossipy sheet called Us Daily. And if that is not enough, Full Frontal Fashion returns with round-the-clock runway coverage Feb. 8-16, and 12-hour coverage Feb. 17-March 30, on MetroStories and Vogue will broadcast the shows again on a giant screen in Bryant Park and this year wants to add screens in Grand Central Terminal and in W hotel lounges.

We wonder if there is enough different things going on during fashion week to fill all of these pages?

Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show

Friday January 31th 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Saturday February 1st 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Metropolitan Pavilion 125 West 18th Street
between 6 th and 7th Ave.
Admission $ 20.00 $15 with this printed email
manhattanvintage.com
518 434 4312 loty1@aol.com

(Press Release) Spectacular vintage clothing exhibition and sale. Today's hottest trends at affordable prices! Glamorous clothing and sophisticated accessories. Bias cut velvet dresses, beaded cashmere sweaters, fur trimmed coats and suits, silk lingerie, classic handbags, chiffons, lace and cottons. soft, sexy, comfortable clothing. You'll find the high styles from the last century that inspired todays fashion trends.

Special exhibitions of Dean Sonnenberg's extraordinary collections of corsets. Come view Dean's fabulous collection of period corsets, and his unbelievable new creations! Come join the hunt where top designers get their inspiration.

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