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Fashion Is Only Natural
Designers, celebrities, artists, buyers, and industry professionals from around the world converged in Manhattan for the most ground-breaking and innovative event.
Art Hearts Fashion offered the most extensive schedule of designers over the 5 days during fashion week and over 100 international designers and artists showcasing their collections on the AHF stage.
With a cutting-edge Cotton Inc show featuring Amazon & Alexa with a “See Now, Buy Now” concept, Art Hearts Fashion pushed the boundaries of creativity and innovation for New York Fashion Week.
“This was by far the most ground-breaking and creative production this season at New York Fashion Week”, said Erik Rosete, Founder and President of Art Hearts Fashion International. “We kicked off the week with World Renowned Artists Domingo Zapata featuring a special performance by Nicky Jam followed by three of our most art inspired designers”.
The next day, Art Hearts Fashion expanded its footprint by adding a second venue at Pier59 Studios to produce shows for over 50 international designers.
The inspiring Madeline Stuart showcased her line 21 Reasons Why collection to a standing ovation.
An explosion of sexiness and creativity with The Black Tape Project set the crowd on fire.
The series of events wrapped up the week with an exclusive event featuring the first-time ever collaboration between Amazon, Cotton Inc, and Art Hearts Fashion. “Cotton’s Fashion Delivered Runway Show is the archetype for how brands should approach fashion retailing, giving consumers a front row seat to a memorable experience and the ability to purchase the looks they want on Amazon through their mobile devices — a simple, seamless experience.” explained Marissa Barlin, Director of Strategic Alliances for Cotton Incorporated.
The evening closed out with a grand finale featuring 3 Italian designers for a “Taste of Italy.” Attracting over 12,000+ attendees, New York Fashion Week powered by Art Hearts Fashion was a massive success.
“We wanted to showcase the creativity, energy, and sexiness that is New York City” Rosete said.