N4XT Experiences announces new edition of LA Fashion Week in October
Under the helm of event group N4XT Experiences since last January, LA Fashion Week (LAFW) has announced a new edition next month, scheduled from October 6 to 9.
Unveiled a short time ago on the LAFW website, the schedule of the event will start on October 6 with an opening gala, a live entertainment night followed by the first fashion shows whose names have not yet been released.
On the Instagram account of LAFW, N4XT Experiences announced the organization of a "Fashion week reimagined," which will honor "Fashion, Beauty, Technology and Sustainability."
Founded by Ciarra Pardo, former chief creative officer of Fenty, and artistic director for many artists, from Jay-Z to Rihanna, David Beckham and Snoop Dogg, alongside Imad Izemrane, president and co-founder of Spring Place, N4XT Experiences brought together at its April event at the Peterson Automotive Museum, some 40 emerging designers including Andrew James, Perry Jones, MM Milano, Jimmy Paul or Demobaza.
Launched in 1953 by fashion designer Eleanor Lambert, Los Angeles Fashion Week was in turn piloted by several private structures gathering producers, designers and journalists. In the early 2000's, IMG took the lead in producing the Mercedes-Benz-Shows LA at the Standard hotel in Downtown, before partnering with Smashbox Studios. The LA Fashion Awards, created to celebrate California fashion, took over for three years, before a local Downtown organization, BOXeight Fashion Week, organized its own events.
Previously in the hands of Canadian Arthur Chipman, the Los Angeles Fashion Week brand has been run by N4XT Experiences since January. Other events, such as Art Hearts Fashion, which organizes the annual Swim Week, and numerous shows and performances also participate in the celebration of Los Angeles Fashion Week.
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