Splacer’s #NYFW Collection
With New York Fashion Week being less than two months away, it’s time to start getting serious about finding an inspiring space. Join the pack of designers opting to break away from the typical show locations and those looking for blank canvas’ this season.
Blank Canvas Spaces
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.
If these walls could talk they could talk forever of celebrity gossip of old Hollywood’s movers and shakers. Once home of the iconic Elizabeth Taylor – this unique space is truly majestic, and is fit for someone who desires something different yet very practical for all those fashionistas
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.
Located in an old Bedstuy, this open space is tucked away in a discrete and windowless building. It’s raw and industrial and boasts ornate details like cast iron columns and original wood shutters. Ideal for hosting a runway with a 1970s New York vibe.
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.
This unique space is situated in Williamsburg, one of the most popular neighborhoods in Brooklyn today. Easily accessible from Manhattan as well. Can be configured for a runway, showroom and after party.
The neo-gothic building was built in 1897. The church is located on the first floor and can accommodate about 200 people in the nave. Just think of this runway glamour
This Greek Revival row house was built in 1849. You can utilize three different stories and the private courtyard to create a truly unforgettable #NYFW experience (or create NYFW madness).