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A DESIGN SCHOOL AND FASHION CENTER INTRODUCING O F A N E W INTERDISCIPLINARY SCHOOL

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“TO ENSURE THE FASHION INDUSRTY CONTINUES TO BE CENTERED IN NEW YORK” - FASHION NYC 2020 PROPSAL


The Garment District is a neighborhood located in the New York City borough of Manhattan. The dense concentration of fashion-related uses give the neighborhood its name, which is generally considered to span between Fifth Avenue and Ninth Avenue, from 34th to 42nd Street. Less than one square mile in area, the neighborhood is home to the majority of New York’s showrooms and to numerous major fashion labels, and caters to all aspects of the fashion process–from design and production to wholesale selling. No other city has a comparable concentration of fashion businesses and talent in a single district. Since the early 20th century, the Garment District has been known as the center for fashion manufacturing and fashion design in the United States, and even the world. New York City is arguably the fashion capital of the United States and the entire world because the industry based there generates over $14 billion in annual sales sets design trends which are mirrored worldwide. The core of the industry is Manhattan's Garment District, where the majority of the city's major fashion labels operate showrooms and execute the fashion process from design and production to wholesaling. No other city has a comparable concentration of fashion businesses and talent in a single district.


History While historically known as the center of textile manufacturing, global trends have changed the way the fashion industry in the Garment District functions. New York first assumed its role as the center of the nation's garment industry by producing clothes for slaves working on Southern plantations. In addition to supplying clothing for slaves, tailors produced other ready-made garments for sailors and western prospectors during slack periods in their regular business. Prior to the mid-nineteenth century, the majority of Americans either made their own clothing, or if they were wealthy, purchased "tailor-made" clothing. By the 1820s, an increasing number of ready-made garments were being produced for a broader market.The production of ready-made clothing, completed its transformation to an "industrialized" profession with the invention of the sewing machine in the 1850s. The need for thousands of ready-made soldiers' uniforms during the American Civil War helped the garment industry to expand further. By the end of the 1860s, Americans bought most of their clothing rather than making it themselves. By 1880 New York produced more garments than its four closest urban competitors combined, and in 1900 the value and output of the clothing trade was three times that of the city's second largest industry, sugar refining. New York's function as America's culture and fashion center also helped the garment industry by providing new styles; in 1910, 70% of the nation's women's clothing and 40% of the men's was produced in the City.

Decline of the industry Over the last 50 years, New York’s garment manufacturing sector has experienced a steady decline within the City overall and within the Fashion District specifically. This has occurred as a result of domestic manufacturers becoming less competitive in the global marketplace. Foreign labor pools have taken a dominant role in manufacturing due to their significantly lower costs. Advancements in technology will only make the world manufacturing arena more competitive. Cheaper overseas labor and production has dramatically affected the New York industry for decades. This change has forced many designers who once manufactured their lines in the city to shift production overseas, which has in turn affected small cutting and sewing rooms as well as zipper, button and supply stores in the Garment District. As fashion manufacturing declines, many buildings that once housed these large facilities have been converted to office space. Businesses such as accountants, lawyers, public relations and many high-tech companies have moved into the area, and the area is now divided equally between fashion and non-fashion companies. The decline of the manufacturing sector has proven to be a serious problem for the Garment District in midtown Manhattan. In 1987, the Special Garment Center District zoning (SGCD) was enacted by the City to help preserve garment manufacturing. The zoning places manufacturing use restrictions on large portions of the district in an effort to keep manufacturing rents affordable. However, the City’s use of zoning as a job retention tool did not achieve its goal, and manufacturing has continued to decline at the same pace after the zoning was enacted as it did before the preservation measures were in place.


Finding Fashion Week a Permanent Home The semi-annual New York Fashion Week, branded Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in 2009, is held in February and September of each year in New York City. It is one of four major fashion weeks held around the world (along with those in Paris, London, and Milan).The first New York Fashion Week was the world’s first organized fashion week. Held in 1943, the event was designed to attract attention away from French fashion during World War II, when fashion industry insiders were unable to travel to Paris to see French fashion shows. Fashion publicist Eleanor Lambert organized an event to showcase American designers for fashion journalists, who had previously neglected their innovations. In 1994, the event was moved to its current site in Bryant Park, where it is held inside a series of large white tents in the almost-block-long park. Due to increasing pressure from Bryant Park management, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week will be hosted in Damrosch Park at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts for the first time starting in September 2010. -Because of the recession affecting most of the world, designers were stepping outside of the box for fall 2009. In previous years, fashion houses would be expecting costs up to $750,000 to produce a quality runway show. Beginning in February 2009, many designers opted out of their usual Bryant Park tent fashion shows because of the current economy and held smaller presentations.


Introducing a New Interdisciplinary School in·ter·dis·ci·pli·nar·y (ɪntərˈdɪsəpləˌnɛri) –adjective

1. combining or involving two or more academic disciplines or fields of study: 2. combining or involving two or more professions, technologies, departments, or the like, as in business or industry. Interdisciplinary teaching involves a conscious effort to apply knowledge, principles, and/or values to more than one academic discipline simultaneously. The disciplines may be related through a central theme, issue, problem, process, topic, or experience. The organizational structure of interdisciplinary/cross-curricular teaching is called a theme, thematic unit, or unit, which is a framework with goals/outcomes that specify what students are expected to learn as a result of the experiences and lessons that are a part of the unit. Along with a fashion center, which would house the biannual Fashion Show, this building proposal will also include a new interdiscipinary school that would offer various design curriculum such as fashion, architecture, and digital media. With this new intergration of cirriculum it would allow the student to expand his/her creativeness and imagination. Students will interact with one another, each from different departments, to enhance thier design abilities. .


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LOT A Address: 1041 6th Ave Manhattan, NY 10018 Land Use: Commercial/ Office Building Block: 815 Lot: 26 Lot Area: 14,808 sq ft (148.08’ x 100’) Zoning: C5-3 Max. FAR: 15

LOT AREA X FAR = GROSS FLOOR AREA 14808 SQ. FT X 15 = 222120 SQ. FT

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LOT B Address: 1055 6th Ave Manhattan, NY 10018 Land Use: Commercial/ Office Building Block: 815 Lot: 33 Lot Area: 2,480 sq ft (24.67’ x 100’) Zoning: C5-3 Max. FAR: 15

LOT AREA X FAR = GROSS FLOOR AREA 2480 SQ. FT X 15 = 37200 SQ. FT LOT C Address: 1057 6th Ave Manhattan, NY 10018 Land Use: Commercial/ Office Building Block: 815 Lot: 34 Lot Area: 1,925 sq ft (24.69’ x 78’) Zoning: C5-3 Max. FAR: 15

LOT AREA X FAR = GROSS FLOOR AREA 2480 SQ. FT X 15 = 28875 SQ. FT 222,120 SQ FT + 37,200 SQ FT + 28,875 SQ FT = 288,195 SQ FT

LOT A + LOT B + LOT C = TOTAL BUILDING AREA

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PROGRAM


FASHION’S CENTER -

This is where New York Fashion’s Week will be held, two week in a year.

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The other 50 weeks, it will be space the school can use and other people can rent to exhibit their work.

PROGRAMS

ROOM QUANTITY

TOTAL SQUARE FOOTAGE

LOBBY

1

1,500 SF

ADMINISTRATION OFFICES

5

720SF

GATHERING SPACE/GALLERY SPACE

1

3,000 SF

MULTI-PURPOSE ROOMS

3

12,000 SF

AUDITORIUM

1

8,000 SF

MEDIA ROOM

1

250 SF

PREPING AREA/DRESSING ROOM

2

2,000 SF

STORAGE ROOMS

2

3,000 SF

RESTAURANT/LOUNGE

1

350SF

RESTROOMS

2

1,000 SF

(These rooms will have moveable partitions to split the spaces in two or three and there can be more exhibitions.)

GRAND MULTI-PURPOSE MEDIUM MULTI-PURPOSE PETITE MUTI-PURPOSE

FASHION’S CENTER TOTAL SQUARE FEET

31,820 SF


THE NEW INTERDISPLINARY’S SCHOOL

GENERAL PROGRAMS

ADMINISTRATION AREA OFFICE OF BURSAR OFFICE OF REGISTRATION ADMINISTRATION OFFICES FINACIAL AID OFFICE REGISTRATION CENTER OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS CONFERENCE ROOM RESTROOMS

CENTERS CAREER AND INTERSHIP CENTER CONSELING CENTER TUTORING CENTER WRITING CENTER DISABILITY SUPPORT SERVICES RESTROOMS

FITNESS AND HEALTH FITNESS CENTER HEALTH SERVICES GYMNASIUM POOL RESTROOMS WITH LOCKERS

DEPARTMENT OF STUDENT LIFE STUDENTS CLUB LOUNGE ROOM

ROOM QUANTITY

TOTAL SQUARE FOOTAGE

8,700 SF 1 1 15 1 1 1 5 4 10,000 SF 1 12 1 1 1 4 30,000 SF 1 1 1 1 2 4,250 SF 15 1


SECURITY OFFICES LOCKER ROOM/ RESTROOMS CAMERA ROOM

CAFÉ STARBUCKS CAFETERIA KITCHEN RESTROOM

LIBRARY

1,500 SF 2 4 5,000 SF 1 1 1 4 1

20,000 SF

ARCHITECTURE SECTION MEDIA SECTION FASHION DESGN SECTION ARTS SECTION COMPUTER AREA READING AREA GROUP AREA BOOK STORAGE CIRCULATION DESK RESTROOMS RESEARCH SECTION

LABS LANGUAGES LABS SCIENCE LABS COMPUTER LABS MATH LABS

STORES ART/FABRIC STORE BOOK STORE

CORES

40,000 SF 7 5 10 2 5,000 SF 1 1 4

50,000 SF


VERTICAL MECHANICAL SPACE ELEVATORS EMERGENCY EGRESS STAIRS RESTROOMS STORAGE ROOMS

1 1 2 1

GENERAL PROGRAM TOTAL SQUARE FEET

174,450 SF

 SCHOOLS

ROOM QUANTITY

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

TOTAL SQUARE FOOTAGE

24,800 SF

ARCHITECTURE DESIGN (BFA) ARCHITECTURE (M. ARCH) INTERIOR DESIGN (BFA) INTERIOR DESIGN (MFA) URBAN DESIGN (M. ARCH) LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE STUDIES (M.ARCH)

MODEL SHOP STUDIOS

1 40

SCHOOL OF FASHION DESIGN

22,500 SF

FASHION MARKETING (ASS) FASHION DESIGN(MFA) DESIGN STUDIES (MA) FASHION STUDIES (MA) FASHION DESIGN (BFA)

STUDIOS SEWING MACHINE ROOM

25 10


SCHOOL OF ART AND DIGITAL DESIGN COMMUNICATION DESIGN (BFA) DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY (BFA) DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY (MFA) FINE ARTS (BFA) FINE ARTS (MFA) GRAPHIC DESIGN (BFA) ILLUSTRATION (BFA) PHOTOGRAPHY (BFA) PHOTOGRAPHY (MFA) MEDIA ROOMS

FASHION’S CENTER TOTAL SQUARE FEET

GRAND TOTAL

25,000 SF

45

72,300 SF

278,570 SF


-SWISS ARCHITECTS HSS

FASHION CENTER, BOCHOLT -NATTLER ARCHITENTEK

VAKKO FASHION CENTER, ISTANBUL - REX

FASHION’S SCHOOLS PARSON THE NEW SCHOOL OF DESIGN, NEW YORK FASHION INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, NEW YORK FASHION INSTITUTE OF DESIGN AND MERCHANDISING (FIDM), CALIFORNIA FASHION’S WEEK SCHEDULES NEW YORK’S MILAN’S PARIS’S LONDON’S

CASE STUDIES

FASHION’S CENTERS FASHION CENTER LABEL II, BERLIN


FASHION CENTER LABEL II, BERLIN Architect: HHF ARCHITECTS Location: OSTHAFEN, BERLIN, GERMANY Gross Floor Area: 26,874 SF Description: - Design for International Designer’s private and small shows. - Building’s aesthetic derived from 2 different type of sine curves that works structuraly. - The building is designed with a system that uses the Spree River to reduce the Energy Comsuption of Heating and Cooling to 40%. Programs: Underground Floor Technical Facility/Mechanical Space Ground Floor Event Area Restaurant Floor 1-4 Showrooms Top Floor Large Terrance Lounge Two Cores Elevators Emergency Exit Stairs Installation Wells Plumbing Facilities Main Circulation Steel Spiral Stair


FASHION CENTER, BOCHOLT Architect: NATTLER ARCHITECTS Location: BOLCHOLT, GERMANY Gross Floor Area: 13,124 SF Description: - Designed for Weidemann Fashion Group - Houses 115 employees Programs: SemiCircle: 3 Storey Admistration Wing Presentation Area Rectagular: 2 Storey Test Pattern Sewing Section Design Section Circulation Central Space : Connects the two volume together


VAKKO FASHION CENTER, ISTANBUL Architect: REX Location: ISTANBUL, TURKEY Gross Floor Area: 29,855 SF Description: - Built with an existence Hotel’s Strucutre - There is two seprerate indenpendent components: The Outer Ring and The Inner Ring - The Outer Ring is the structure of the unfinished Hotel and The Inner Ring will be multiple of steel boxes that hold the showcases. Programs: 1. Meeting Room 2. Reception 3. Executive Offices 4. Offices 5. Vakko Bags Showrooms 6. Vakko Shirt/Ties Showrooms 7. Vakko Scarves Showrooms 8. Lobby/Museum 9. Entrance

10. AHU Room 11. Auditorium 12. TV Studios 13. TV Production 14. Power Administration Offices 15. Parking Ramp 16. Parking 17. Storage 18. Technical Service Room


PARSON THE NEW SCHOOL OF DESIGN NEW YORK Architect: Lyn Rice Architects Location: New York, NY Gross Floor Area: 32,800 square feet Description: - Built with an existence Hotel’s Strucutre - There is two seprerate indenpendent components: The Outer Ring and The Inner Ring - The Outer Ring is the structure of the unfinished Hotel and The Inner Ring will be multiple of steel boxes that hold the showcases. Programs: 1. Design Center 2. Learning Galleries 3. Meeting Places 4. Auditorium 5. Library 6. Study Center 7. Computer Lab 8. Lecture Hall


FASHION INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Architect: ?? Location: New Yotk, NY Gross Floor Area: Entire city block Description: - Made of nine buildings includes classrooms, television and radio studios, labs, design workshops, and multiple exhibition galleries. -The campus has a Barnes & Noble College Bookstore. The Conference Center at FIT features the John E. Reeves Great Hall, a space suitable for conferences, fashion shows, lectures, and other events, two large theatres: the Haft Auditorium and the Katie Murphy Amphitheatre, and four dormitories -Located in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan and occupies an entire city block on West 27th Street from Seventh Avenue to Eighth Avenue. - Recent extention proposal from ShoP Architects Programs: -Shirley Goodman Resource Center 1.Gladys Marcus Library 2. The Museum @ FIT 3.The School of Graduate Studies 4. Green Roof - Fred P Pome Building 1. Computer Animation Studio 2. Registration Center 3. Fine Arts Studios 4. FITSA Lounge 5. Katie Murphy Ampitheatre 6. Photography Darkroom


7. Print FX / Graphics Lab 8. School of Arts & Design 9. Sculpture Studio 10. Security Office - Conference Center @ FIT 1. John E. Reeves Great Hall 2. School of Continuing & Professional Studies - Marvin Feldman Center 1. Administration Office 2. Chemistry Lab 3. Knitting & Weaving Lab 4. Language Lab 5. Morris Haft Auditorium 6.Computer Aided Design Center 7. Registar Office 8. Production Managment Lab 9. Stoll Knitting Lab 10. Technical Design Studios 11. Writing Studios - Business and Liberal Arts Center 1. Career and Intership Center 2. Dance Studio 3. International Programs 4. Patty Baker School of Business & Technology 5. School of Liberal Arts - David Dubinsky Student Center 1. Dining Hall 2. Cosmetic & Fragrance Studio 3. Broadcast Studio 4. Disability Support Services 5. Finacial Aid Office 6. Fitness Center 7. Footwear Studio 8. Jewelry Studio

9. Leather Draping Lab 10. Lighting Lab 11.Millinery Lab 12. Screen Printing Lab 13. Silversmithing Lab 14. Style Shop 15.Textile Dying Lab 16. Toy Design Lab


FASHION INSTITUTE OF DESIGN AND MERCHANDISING Architect: Architect Jon Jerde and the Jerde Partnership Location: CALIFORNIA, (LOS ANGELES, SAN DIEGO, SAN FRANCISCO, ORANGE COUNTY) Gross Floor Area: 42,500 SF Description: - the FIDM campus building stands 5+ stories high - sits in the heart of downtown Los Angeles on the corner of 9th and Grand. - designed in 1990, it was crowned with the first ceramic dome to be built in Downtown in 50 years - Sculptures and works of art enhance the building’s exterior and interior. Programs: 1. FDIM Classrooms 2. Annex 3. Offices 4. Showrooms 5. Library 6. Lobby/Museum


THU 2/10

FRI 2/11

SAT 2/12

9AM / STUDIO

9AM / STUDIO

9AM / STUDIO

NICHOLAS K

9:30-10:30 / BOX

PORTER GREY

RUFFIAN

TESS GIBERSON

10:30-11:30 / BOX

BCBGMAXAZRIA RICHARD CHAI

BINETTI 11 / STAGE

PERRY ELLIS 12 / STUDIO

FARAH ANGSANA 1 / STUDIO

DUCKIE BROWN

LUCA LUCA

DEREK LAM

10:30-11:30 / BOX

12 / STUDIO

PRABAL GURUNG

11 / STUDIO

LELA ROSE 1 / 547 W 26TH ST

DKNY

2 / 205 W 39TH ST

CALVIN KLEIN COLLECTION MEN’S 2:15 / STUDIO

TORY BURCH

2 / STAGE

2 / STAGE

2:30-3:30 / BOX

3 / THEATRE

2:30-3:30 / BOX

3 / STAGE

3 / THEATRE

VIVIENNE TAM

4 / THEATRE DIANE VON FURSTENBERG

4 / STUDIO

5 / STUDIO

REBECCA MINKOFF

MARA HOFFMAN TADASHI SHOJI

JILL STUART

NORMAN AMBROSE

3:30-4:30 / BOX 4 / STUDIO

11 / STAGE

1:30-2:30 / BOX

REBECCA TAYLOR 3 / STAGE

10AM / STAGE

TIMO WEILAND

9:30-10:30 / BOX

10 / THEATRE 11 / STAGE

GENERAL IDEA

SUN 2/13

5:30 / THE LION, 62 W 9TH ST

TOMMY HILFIGER MEN’S

ADAM

MANDY COON

MIK CIRE

6 / STUDIO

NICOLE MILLER

YOANA BARASCHI MAX AZRIA

MON 2/14

TUE 2/15

WED 2/16

9AM / STUDIO

9AM / STUDIO

9AM / STUDIO

9:30-10:30 / BOX

9:30-10:30 / BOX

9:30-10:30 / BOX

10 / THEATRE

10 / THEATRE

10 / THEATRE

10AM / 275 HUDSON ST

11 / STAGE

11 / STAGE

11 / STAGE

11 / 275 HUDSON ST

12-2 / 540 W 21ST ST

1 / STUDIO

12 / 2 E 63RD ST

12 / STUDIO

1 / PIER 94, 711 12TH AVE

DIESEL BLACK GOLD

1 / STUDIO HERCHCOVITCH;ALEXANDRE

1:30-3:30 / BOX

1:30-2:30 / BOX

JENNY PACKHAM CALLULA LILLIBELLE CAROLINA HERRERA CARLOS MIELE WOOLRICH JOHN RICH & BROS. BLACK LABEL 1 / STUDIO

TRACY REESE 2 / 547 W 26TH ST DONNA KARAN NEW YORK 2:30-3:30 / BOX

SACHIN + BABI 3 / STAGE

MONIQUE LHUILLIER

SERGIO DAVILA TRIAS

BADGLEY MISCHKA VERA WANG JEN KAO

BIBHU MOHAPATRA

DENNIS BASSO

5 / 82 MERCER ST

5 / STUDIO

6 / NASDAQ, 4 TIMES SQ

6 / THEATRE

7 / STAGE

6:30-7:30 / BOX

6:30-7:30 / BOX

7 / STAGE

6 / 536 BROADWAY, 6TH FL

CHADO RALPH RUCCI

TIBI

7 / STAGE

7 / THEATRE

7:30-8:30 / BOX

6:30-7:30 / BOX

CHRISTIAN SIRIANO

JOY CIOCI

CYNTHIA ROWLEY 8:30-9:30 / BOX

8 / THEATRE

9 / STUDIO

9 / STUDIO

W HOTELS GLOBAL GLAM IRINA SHABAYEVA

MAISONETTE 1977 G-STAR RAW

VENEXIANA

9 / STUDIO

TONI FRANCESC

ADRIENNE VITTADINI

3 / STAGE MILLY BY MICHELLE SMITH

SON JUNG WAN

2 / 205 W 39TH ST

CALVIN KLEIN COLLECTION WOMEN’S 3 / 205 W 39TH ST

CALVIN KLEIN COLLECTION WOMEN’S

6 / STUDIO

5 / STUDIO

6 / STUDIO

7 / STAGE

6 / THEATRE

7 / STAGE

7:30-8:30 / BOX

6:30-7:30 / BOX

7:30-8:30 / BOX

8 / THEATRE

8 / THEATRE

7 / STAGE

8 / THEATRE

9 / STUDIO

9 / STUDIO

8 / PLAZA HOTEL, 5TH AVE

9 / STUDIO

CARMEN MARC VALVO CUSTO BARCELONA BEHNAZ SARAFPOUR TOMMY HILFIGER

ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY

PORTS 1961

RALPH LAUREN

ALLEGRI

6 / STAGE

CHARLOTTE RONSON

NANETTE LEPORE

RALPH LAUREN

4-6 / COURTYARD

PAMELLA ROLAND

6:30 / THE LION, 62 W 9TH ST

TOMMY HILFIGER MEN’S

MICHAEL KORS

HELEN YARMAK

6 / 356 W 58TH ST

EVA MINGE

VACCA

4 / 730 5TH AVE, 23RD FL

CYNTHIA STEFFE Y-3

YIGAL AZROUËL

2 / THEATRE HERVÉ LÉGER BY MAX AZRIA 3 / STAGE

THU 2/17

ZANG TOI

BETSEY JOHNSON

GUISHEM

J. MENDEL

FRANK TELL

NARCISO RODRIGUEZ MACKAGE

CHRISTIAN COTA ANNA SUI

ODD MOLLY

ELIE TAHARI B MICHAEL AMERICA

ELENE CASSIS NAEEM KHAN LUBLU KIRA PLASTININA L.A.M.B.

IVANA HELSINKI

WED 2/09 7PM / THEATRE

THE HEART TRUTH’S RED DRESS COLLECTION = shuttle service SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE The Theatre, Stage, Studio and Box are in Damrosch Park at Lincoln Center. Entry by invitation only. Not open to the public.


SFILATE/FASHION SHOWS

MILAN FASHION WEEK 15-18 gennaio 2011 / 15-18 January 2011

PRESS SHUTTLE SERVICE PARTENZA TUTTI I GIORNI H.08.30 DA VIA BELTRAMI (PIAZZA CASTELLO)

SABATO 15 GENNAIO 09,30 CORNELIANI

DOMENICA 16 GENNAIO 09,30 BOTTEGA VENETA

LUNEDì 17 GENNAIO 09,30 DIRK BIKKEMBERGS SPORT COUTURE

MARTEDì 18 GENNAIO 09,30 DSQUARED2

10,30 ERMENEGILDO ZEGNA

10,30 EMPORIO ARMANI

10,30 ICEBERG

10,30 NEIL BARRETT

11,30 ERMENEGILDO ZEGNA

11,30 ERMANNO SCERVINO

11,30 JOHN RICHMOND

11,30 GIORGIO ARMANI

12,30 COSTUME NATIONAL HOMME

12,30 SALVATORE FERRAGAMO

12,30 GUCCI

12,30 GIORGIO ARMANI

14,00 DOLCE & GABBANA

14,00 VIVIENNE WESTWOOD

14,00 ETRO

13,30 Z ZEGNA

15,00 JIL SANDER

15,00 ALBINO DEUXIEME

15,00 D&G

14,30 Z ZEGNA

16,00 FRANKIE MORELLO

16,00 MISSONI

16,00 CANALI

15,30 GAZZARRINI

17,00 BURBERRY PRORSUM

18,00 PRADA

17,00 VERSACE

18,00 CARLO PIGNATELLI OUTSIDE

19,00 MONCLER GAMME BLEU

18,00 PRINGLE OF SCOTLAND

19,00 JOHN VARVATOS

20,00 FRANCK BOCLET

19,00 ALEXANDER MCQUEEN

VIA MANZONI, 40

VIA SAVONA, 56 A VIA SAVONA, 56 A VIA TORTONA, 58 VIALE PIAVE, 24

VIA BELTRAMI, 5 VIA PALERMO, 10 VIA MELEGARI, 3 VIA TURATI, 34

C.SO ITALIA, 21

VIA PRIVATA ERCOLE MARELLI, 6 VIA BERGOGNONE, 59

VIA SAN LUCA, 3 - ANG. CORSO ITALIA VIA PALERMO, 10

VIA MANZONI, 37

VIA SAVONA, 56

GIARDINI DI PORTA VENEZIA - INGR. VIA PALESTRO

PIAZZA AFFARI 6

PIAZZA OBERDAN, 2/B

VIA TURATI, 34

VIA PIRANESI, 14

VIA CLERICI, 10

VIALE PIAVE, 24

VIA THAON DE REVEL, 21

VIA SAVONA, 56

VIA FOGAZZARO, 36

VIA SAN LUCA, 3 - ANG. CORSO ITALIA

VIA BERGOGNONE, 59 VIA BERGOGNONE, 59 VIA SAVONA, 56 A VIA SAVONA, 56 A VIA SAVONA, 127/B

VIA GESU', 12

VIA PEGASO, 13

VIA CLERICI, 5

VIA TORTONA, 27 (IN COLLABORAZIONE CON WHITE)

20,00 ROBERTO CAVALLI

VIA CLERICI, 5

20,00 MOSCHINO

VIA SAN LUCA, 3 - ANG. CORSO ITALIA

VIALE ELVEZIA, 1A INGRESSO ARENA

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Haute Couture / Printemps - Été 2011 Du lundi 24 au jeudi 27 janvier 2011 Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne, 100/102 rue du faubourg Saint-Honoré, Paris 8e t 01 42 66 64 44 / f 01 42 66 94 63 / www.modeaparis.com

lundi 24 janvier 2011 ALEXIS MABILLE** CHRISTOPHE JOSSE BOUCHRA JARRAR CHRISTIAN DIOR ALEXANDRE VAUTHIER** GIORGIO ARMANI PRIVÉ*

Musée Bourdelle, salle des plâtres, 18 rue Antoine Bourdelle, Paris 15e Palais de Tokyo, 13 avenue du Président Wilson, Paris 16e Odéon Théâtre de l'Europe, 2 rue Corneille, Paris 6e Musée Rodin, 79 rue de Varenne, Paris 7e Maison de la Chimie, 28/28bis rue Saint-Dominique, Paris 7e Espace Vendôme, 7 Place Vendôme, Paris 1er

10h30 11h30 12h30 14h30 16h30 18h00

mardi 25 janvier 2011 CHANEL STÉPHANE ROLLAND ATELIER GUSTAVOLINS GIVENCHY ADELINE ANDRÉ MAURIZIO GALANTE JULIEN FOURNIÉ**

10h00 & 12h00 14h30 16h00 17h00 18h00 19h00 20h00

Pavillon Cambon Capucines, 46 rue Cambon, Paris 1er Théâtre National de Chaillot, 1 place du Trocadéro, Paris 16e Studio Harcourt, 10 rue Jean Goujon, Paris 8e Voir invitation Hôtel d'Ecquevilly, 60 rue de Turenne, Paris 3e Le Carré d'Encre, 13bis rue des Mathurins, Paris 9e Mairie du 6e arrondissement, place Saint-Sulpice, 78 rue Bonaparte, Paris 6e

mercredi 26 janvier 2011 ON AURA TOUT VU*** FRANCK SORBIER ELIE SAAB* JEAN PAUL GAULTIER MAXIME SIMOENS** MAISON RABIH KAYROUZ** VALENTINO*

85 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Paris 8e Voir invitation Théâtre National de Chaillot, 1 place du Trocadéro, Paris 16e 325 rue Saint-Martin, Paris 3e Espace Commines, 17 rue Commines, Paris 3e Couvent des Cordeliers, 21 rue de l'École de Médecine, Paris 6e Hôtel Salomon de Rothschild, 11 rue Berryer, Paris 8e

10h00 11h00 12h30 14h30 16h00 17h00 18h30

jeudi 27 janvier 2011 BOUCHERON, CHANEL JOAILLERIE, CHAUMET, DIOR JOAILLERIE, VAN CLEEF & ARPELS

de 11h00 à 18h00

* ** ***

Voir invitation

membres correspondants membres invités mode accessoires


LONDON FASHION WEEK SHOW SCHEDULE FEBRUARY 18 - 23 2011 FRIDAY 18TH FEBRUARY 09.00 Paul Costelloe BFC Show Space 9:30-13:00 Preen by Thorton Bregazzi presentation WC2 10.00 Maria Grachvogel WC2 11.00-19.00 Orla Kiely presentation Portico Rooms 11.00 Jena. Theo On/Off 13:45 Irwin and Jordan presentation SW1 12.00 Caroline Charles BFC Show Space 13.00-16.00 Saloni presentation W1 13.15 Corrie Nielsen FR BFC Show Space 14.30 Jean-Pierre Braganza WC2 15.30 Eun Jeong salon show WC2 15.45 Aminaka Wilmont BFC Show Space 16.30 Eun Jeong salon show WC2 16.45 sass & bide SW1 17.00-20.00 The Rodnik Band presentation 17.30 Krystof Strozyna salon show Fashion Scout 18.30 bStore Presentation W1 17.45 Felder.Felder WC2 18.30 Krystof Strozyna salon show Fashion Scout 18.30 bStore presentation W1 19.00 Bora Aksu BFC Show Space 20.30 PPQ BFC Show Space

MONDAY 21ST FEBRUARY 09.00 Peter Pilotto *** 09.30 Basso & Brooke salon show 09.45 David Koma** 09.45 Holly Fulton** 10.15 Basso & Brooke salon show 10:45 Pringle of Scotland 11:45 Christopher Kane 13.00 Michael van der Ham ** 14.00 Erdem 15.00 Todd Lynn *** 15.00-19.00 Les Chiffoniers presentation 16.00 Burberry Prorsum 17.00 Paul Smith 18.00 Mark Fast 19.30 Giles 20.30 Julien Macdonald

TS Venue Portico Rooms BFC Show Space BFC Show Space Portico Rooms NW1 W2 TS Venue NW1 BFC Show Space Portico Rooms WC2 BFC Show Space WC2 W1

* Presentations are in italics * This provisional schedule is VXEMHFWWRIXWXUHFKDQJHV

SATURDAY 19TH FEBRUARY 09.00 DAKS BFC Show Space 09.00-11.00 Craig Lawrence presentation ** Portico Rooms 10.00 Charles Anastase MBF 11.00 Betty Jackson BFC Show Space 12.00 Kinder Aggugini SW1 12.30 J.JS Lee salon show** Portico Rooms 13.00 Jaeger London BFC Show Space 13.30 J.JS Lee salon show** Portico Rooms 14.15 Louise Gray ** On/Off 15.15 John Rocha BFC Show Space 15.45 J.W.Anderson salon show** Portico Rooms 16.15 Issa London BFC Show Space 16.45 J.W.Anderson salon show** Portico Rooms 17.15 House of Holland MBF 18.15 Clements Ribeiro WC2 18.30-21.30 Christopher Raeburn presentation ** WC2 19.15 Jonathan Saunders W2 20.30 Central Saint Martins MA BFC Show Space

TUESDAY 22ND FEBRUARY 09.45 Mary Katrantzou ** TS Venue 09.30-12.30 Christian Blanken presentations Portico Rooms 10:00-17:30 Anya Hindmarch presentation WC2 10.45 Marios Schwab BFC Show Space 11.45 Aquascutum WC1 11.00-14.00 Maria Francesca Pepe presentation Fashion Scout 12:45 Roksanda Ilincic SW1 13.45 Meadham Kirchhoff *** TS Venue 14:45 Emilio de la Morena BFC Show Space 15.00-19.00 Tata Naka presentation Portico Rooms 15.15-18.30 Body Amr presentations Fashion Scout 15:45 Fashion East TS Venue 16:45 Amanda Wakeley BFC Show Space 18.45 Ashish BFC Show Space 20.00 Alfred Dunhill W1 OUTSIDE VENUES: TS: Topshop Show Space: 1 Old Billingsgate Walk, 16 Lower Thames Street, EC3R 6DX TM: Topman Venue, Royal Opera House, WC2E 9DD ON/OFF: Mercer Studios, 16 Mercer Street, WC2H 9QE FASHION SCOUT: Freemasons Hall, 60 Great Queen St, WC2B 5AZ MBF: My Beautiful City, Old Sorting 2IĂ€FH1HZ2[IRUG6WUHHW RQ corner of Museum Street), WC1A 1AA OFF SCHEDULE SHOWS: blow.co.uk

VENUES THE FOLLOWING VENUES ARE SITUATED AT SOMERSET HOUSE: BFC Catwalk Show Space, The Portico Rooms, NBR - Navy Board Rooms, GSR - Gallery Show Rooms

SUNDAY 20TH FEBRUARY 09.30 Margaret Howell W1 10.00-12.00 Designers Remix presentation Portico Rooms 10.15 Mulberry salon show W1 11.00 Acne W1 12.00 Jasper Conran BFC Show Space 13.00 Antonio Berardi EC2  $QQ6RĂ€H%DFN$WHOMHVDORQVKRZ3RUWLFR5RRPV 14.00 Nicole Farhi WC2 14:30 $QQ6RĂ€H%DFN$WHOMHVDORQVKRZ3RUWLFR5RRPV 15.00 Unique TS Venue 15.30-18.30 Cooperative Designs presentation WC2 16.00 Osman BFC Show Space 17.00 Matthew Williamson SW1 18.00 Vivienne Westwood Red Label WC2 19.00 Richard Nicoll TS Venue 19:15 Nasir Mazhar Presentation TS Venue 20.00 Temperley London WC1 WEDNESDAY 23RD FEBRUARY / MENSWEAR DAY 09.00 J.W.Anderson* BFC Show Space 10.15 TOPMAN Design TM Venue 10.30-12.00 Sibling presentation* Portico Rooms 11.00-14.00 Mr Start presentation WC2 11.00 Christopher Shannon* BFC Show Space 11.45 Omar Kashoura salon show* NBR 13.00-17.00 NEWGEN & Fashion East Men installations Terrace Rooms 12.30 MAN TM Venue 13.15 James Long * BFC Show Space 13.30-15.30 Horace presentation WC2 13.45 E Tautz salon show TM Venue 14.15 Katie Eary presentation* Portico Rooms 14.45 Lou Dalton salon show* TM Venue 15.00-18.00 Bally & Central Saint Martins Collaboration Presentation W1 15.15 Cassette Playa BFC Show Space 16.15 Tim Soar salon show NBR 17.00 KTZ BFC Show Space 17.30 Oliver Spencer salon show W1 18.30 Hardy Amies salon show W1 18.30-21.30 RAKE presentation W1 20:00 Tween BFC Show Space KEY *** Fashion Forward scheme spon sored by Coutts & Co & supported by the LDA ** BFC NEWGEN sponsored by TOPSHOP

* BFC NEWGEN MEN sponsored by TOPMAN FR Fashion Fringe at Covent Garden Winner 2010


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