Design Entrepreneurs NYC Alumni Organize Holiday Sale for Sandy Relief

Nine alumni of the 2012 Design Entrepreneurs NYC program are reuniting to host NY DESIGNERS CARE, a pop-up holiday sample sale at Showroom NY on Thursday, December 6 and Friday, December 7.


Project Pop-Up NYC

As part of Mayor Bloomberg’s Fashion.NYC.2020 initiative, we’re launching Project Pop-Up NYC—a new competition that will recognize and reward emerging innovative, NYC-based fashion retailers and fashion-related technology companies.


NYCEDC And FIT Announce Inaugural Class of Design Entrepreneurs NYC, A Mini-MBA Program For New York City-Based Fashion Designers

NYCEDC and FIT today announced the selection of the 35 New York City-based fashion companies that will make up the inaugural class of Design Entrepreneurs NYC.


Hats in NYC

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Hat's off to the milliners in NYC! A large portion of the hats manufactured in New York State are made right here in the City.

Public School

Discover how Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne, Creators of Public School and Black Apple made a fashion statement with the help of NYCEDC and the CFDA Fashion Incubator and made it here, in New York City.


Fashion Campus NYC

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Registration is open for Fashion Campus NYC, an exciting, intensive weekend immersion to educate and inspire NYC’s future fashion and retail management leaders.


NYCEDC and Parsons Present Second Annual Fashion Campus NYC

NYCEDC and Parsons The New School for Design present the second annual Fashion Campus NYC, taking place June 15 and 16, 2012, on the Parsons campus.



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NYCEDC’s Fashion.NYC.2020 is a study designed to examine the state of the fashion industry and identify strategies to enhance the City’s position as the global fashion capital.


NYCEDC Seeks Financial Institution to Operate Loan Fund for Emerging Fashion Designers

NYCEDC today announced that it is seeking a financial institution to operate the NYC Fashion Production Fund. The NYC Fashion Production Fund will provide loans for the production of goods by emerging fashion designers who need to fulfill a purchase order from a retailer but can’t obtain conventional financing.


Mayor Bloomberg Details Six New Initiatives to Support New York City's Fashion Industry And Announces Fashion Week Generates an Economic Impact of $865 Million Annually

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Council of Fashion Designers of America President Diane von Furstenberg today announced that Fashion Week, the iconic semi-annual event which kicked off last week, will generate a total economic impact this year of $865 million for the City.