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Harper’s Bazaar Presents the Accessories Bazaar at New York Fashion Week

August 19, 2010

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Harper’s Bazaar, with the support of the CFDA, is helping a handful of the world’s most promising emerging accessories designers by providing the opportunity to showcase their work alongside the best of American fashion during the New York Fashion Week Collections with the first Accessories BAZAAR, sponsored by Willow Club, at Avery Fisher Hall.  The exhibit will also highlight key Spring 2011 accessories from established designers such as Phillip Lim, Thakoon, Ralph Lauren, Jason Wu, Rag and Bone, Michael Kors, and Calvin Klein.

Featuring the Spring 2011 collections of 18 jewelers, milliners, footwear, handbag and small leather goods designers including Alexis Bittar, Philip Crangi, Albertus Swanepoel, Alejandro Ingelmo, Fenton’s Dana Lorenz, Pamela Love and Dean Harris in a gallery-like setting, the Accessories BAZAAR is right in Lincoln Center, where the international press and representatives from the world’s most important retailers will be gathered to see what New York’s runways have in store for the season. The exhibit kicks off with a cocktail party on Monday evening to celebrate the participating designers, and will be open all day Tuesday, September 14 and Wednesday, September 15th to Fashion Week attendees.

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