Vogue letting its hair down? High-fashion mag to throw public fashion show - and street fair - during NYFW
- Balenciaga, Dior, and other designers expected in runway shows curated by Vogue editors.
- Vogue promises "a live editorial fashion show, street fair, and special surprises," report says.
Vogue is having a live fashion show and street fair during New York Fashion Week to ring in its 130th anniversary - and you could go.
Vogue World: New York was introduced Thursday morning as a first-of-a-kind event with runway presentations from designers including Gucci, Balenciaga, and Valentino. The showcase will include the editors' favorite looks from this season.
Attendees also will be able to browse street fair booths of limited-edition items curated by Vogue, according to the report.
Certain runway looks will be available for purchase from Vogue's partners, which include NET-A-PORTER, Nordstrom, and more, Vogue says.
Tickets for the event will be available to the public Monday, but members of Vogue's paid online subscription, the Vogue Club, can already purchase passes. Ticket prices are expected to range from $130 to $3,000, Fashionista reports.
For those unable to attend in-person, a livestream will be available on the publication's website and social media platforms.
Musician Lil Nas X — who posed for the announcement poster alongside model Hailey Bieber — teased his followers in a Tweet about the upcoming event.
—NASARATI (@LilNasX) August 11, 2022
In its announcement, Vogue promises attendees "special surprises" at the September fashion event.
Global Editorial Director of Vogue Anna Wintour said New York City is the "perfect place" to represent the direction of fashion.
"Fashion is changing and Vogue is doing something special to celebrate it—a fashion show-meets-street fair that captures the creative spirit of our community now," Wintour said in Vogue's report.
Vogue representatives did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
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