Fashion's Night Out, the kick-off event for New York Fashion Week, has announced it will stage the largest fashion show in New York City history on September 7th, 2010. The event, co-produced with Vogue and SPEC Entertainment, will boast 200 top models showing trends for Fall 2010 as identified by Vogue.
"We felt it is important for people see what wonderful fashion will be in stores at that moment," said Vogue editor in chief, Anna Wintour. "This show will focus on the key trends we've identified for Fall so that shoppers will have plenty of inspiration to join the fun during Fashion's Night Out."
Fashion's Night Out, which was rescheduled to Friday, September 10th this year to avoid conflict with Rosh Hashanah and to fall on a Friday, will hold the event at Lincoln Center, Fashion Week's new home.
1,500 spectators can buy tickets at the Lincoln Center box office this summer. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the New York City AIDS Fund.
"The CFDA is proud to be a part of this historic show celebrating Fashion's Night Out," said CFDA President Diane von Furstenberg. "We feel this is an unprecedented opportunity for the fashion industry to connect with the consumer in a fun and meaningful way.