After years of struggling to retain big names, some star brands, from Altuzarra to Telfar, have committed to showing in the city through 2022.
In 2017, four prominent young American fashion brands decided that they would show their new collections on the runways of Paris.
These were largely business decisions and would mean little to the average customer. But cumulatively, within the fashion industry, they constituted an exodus: confirmation of a broader nagging feeling that New York Fashion Week, which typically had attracted 150,000 attendees every February and September, was losing its cachet.
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