This December, more than 100 designers showcased their products at the City's first-ever Made in NY Fashion pop-up. This week, we're featuring PIECE, a brand that strives to create sustainable, locally produced fashion that empowers women and transcends trends.
As we continue our profile series on the extraordinary talent featured at the first City-sponsored Made in NY Fashion popup, we sit down with Voz founder Jasmine Aarons to talk more about where she derives her inspiration and her decision to live and manufacture in NYC.
As we continue our profile series on the extraordinary talent featured at the first City-sponsored Made in NY Fashion popup, we look at designer Mimi Prober's unique design philosophy. Be sure to visit the popup before its final day on Sunday, December 13!
This week, more than 100 designers are showcasing their Made in NY products at the Not Just a Label | Made in NY Fashion pop-up. Over the next few days, we are showcasing some of the extraordinary talent, starting with Julie and Pamela's stylish button-up shirts at Rue and Mercer.
As we celebrate our fashion heritage and future during Fashion Week, we reflect on the origins and future for an industry that boasts nearly $900 million in economic impact. Here's a look at some of the programs NYCEDC runs to ensure that NYC remains the fashion capital of the world.
Martin Greenfield Clothiers is a quintessential 21st century New York City enterprise. Owner Martin Greenfield and his sons Tod and Jay oversee the production of every single custom-made suit, which is hand-crafted, piece-by-piece, for celebrities, mayors, and other clients around the world by more than 100 New Yorkers from every single borough
NYC Fashion Career Week, organized by NYCEDC and Parsons The New School for Design, brought together people of all ages and from all parts of New York City (and the country!) to explore fashion-related career paths.
The $3 million NYCEDC - CFDA Fashion Manufacturing Initiative (FMI) announced 7 inaugural grant recipients with Mayor de Blasio this week. The winners will receive grants from $46,000 - $150,000 for innovative upgrade and workforce training ideas.