Designers use digital shows, new tech to make NYFW more accessible

NEW YORK — It’s not where you might expect a New York Fashion Week show to start, but in the basement of a Brooklyn church, designer Nicole Miller took her creativity to a new level. Her show this year was completely digital.

“I think with technology, there’s just so many things you can experiment with, you know, during post production, and I just think there’s just a lot of different options,” Miller said.

Miller weaved images together for a virtual show. Think clicks and logins in place of tickets and VIP passes.

“This year we’re doing GIFs. The girls are not going to be static,” Miller said. “Every girl is going

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