Where to Host, Party, and Present this Fashion Week
With New York Fashion Week less than a month away, it’s time to start getting serious about space. Join the pack of designers opting to break away from the typical show locations and host this season somewhere a bit more unexpected. Whether you’re looking for the right setting to present your collection, launch your line, or host your after party, we’ve got you covered.
Centrally located in midtown Manhattan, this innovative space can literally transform your idea into a digital, shareable experience. Display content on floor-to-ceiling fully programmable walls while you showcase your collection IRL.
Follow the lead of designers like Tom Ford, Rebecca Minkoff, and Tommy Hilfiger, who are all planning to bring their NYFW shows to Los Angeles this season. Swap frigid NY temperatures for this greenery filled space in Downtown LA that can accommodate up to 1000 people.
This gallery space in the heart of Chelsea radiates raw elegance. Designed by Shigeru Ban, a Japanese innovator in the field of architecture and design, the gallery’s skylights and modern light fixtures allow the 3000 sq ft space to fill with light. Insert your idea and let it shine.
With industrial fixtures and raw cement floors, this street level space can be the perfect blank canvas for any type of party or presentation. Plus, it’s just a quick Uber ride away from the center of NYFW madness.
This massive car showroom has 23-foot ceilings, black floors, and a terrace that opens up onto the Hudson River. Make use of its collection of unique luxury cars as a backdrop for your presentation or after party.
Originally opened in 1938 as a vaudeville-style dinner theater, this event space offers a customizable experience with two bars, a catwalk, and optional center stage. The grand ceiling and gilded design will create an experience that will transport your guests back in time.
This space, located 2 blocks from the Jacob Javits Center, can be transformed for any fashion month gathering — be it after party, collection preview, or seated dinner. Turn the second level into your behind-the-scenes prep space while guests mingle about on the street level.
Housed in a century-old sawdust factory, this space in the center of Williamsburg is perfect for those seeking something a little unexpected. Its design lends itself to incredible acoustics, so get that surprise performer ready.
Make people feel at home at this light filled Lower East Side loft. The chef’s kitchen, master bedroom, and oversized living and dining spaces offer unique areas to host or display your collection — whether it’s lifestyle products, fashion, or tech.
If you’re looking for raw space, consider this 8,250 sq ft hangar in DTLA’s Arts District. The space is housed in the back of a high-end furniture and decor warehouse store, so you’ll have no shortage of inspiration for props and design.