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    Fashion Friday With AMCONYC

    Fashion Friday With AMCONYC

    Top NYC Production House, AMCONYC Showcases Emerging Designers During NYFW.

    AMCONYC, a premier New York City production house, hosted a number of fashion shows September 12-14th, 2017 at Studio 450 on 450 West 31st Street. The event showcased exciting new Spring and Summer collections from designers, Maj Designs, Zula Studio, Nicole Bell, Bradelis New York, Klad Apparel, and Kate Atelier. AMCONYC is the ideal launch pad for today’s hottest emerging designers and brands. In order for brands to increase industry awareness or launch their line, AMCONYC creates professionally executed fashion shows, pop-up retail stores, influencer events and experiential activations.

    Celeb appearances

    Designers debuted their highly-anticipated looks to an audience of more than 150 in the fashion industry. Attendees from last seasons show included Sammi Sweetheart, Reality TV Star from Jersey Shore, Nicole Williams, E! Reality Star, DJ, Didi J among other top editors and celebrity attendees. While a special performance by artist Chris Porter wowed the crowd as the models stomped to the beat of his hit single “Catwalk Killer.” AMCONYC also had 4x Special Olympics US Champ, Chelsea Werner, walking the runway in the Ivory Couture show.


    The official sponsors for the AMCONYC shows are St. Giles Hotels, Aveda, Sacha Cosmetic, Rachel Toledomua. Sutra, and Deco Miami Nail Lacquer. Other sponsers inculde I Am Noah Love, Marvel GD, Fashion Week Online, Styled Sharp, and Variety Children’s Charity.

    With five NYFW seasons under their belt, AMCONYC is the top New York City production house for emerging designers aiming to propel their brands to the next level. Adriana Marie, CEO & Founder, values intimate fashion productions that bring back the heartbeat of New York Fashion Week.

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