Public figures like Diane von Furstenberg with DVF creative director Yves Mispelaere gave a statement that they will not budge from New York’s plans to begin the U.S. fashion week on the second Thursday of September 2012. Ms. von Furstenberg is president of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, which is the closest thing the U.S. has to an oversight body for designers, so she is speaking for the American industry as a whole. This is an example of a colorful internal struggle for fashion designers that has little direct bearing on consumer. Instead, it highlights the angst of the fashion business these days, when hundreds of designers feel obligated to show their collections on runways to garner attention from the press.
It maybe some sort competition and ritual that they present week after week but it gives people the chance to organize their schedules ahead of time to plan in advance if they want to watch the show. Some misunderstandings might happen between different fashion show coordinators because of the conflicts of schedules. This kind of circumstance may sometimes be unavoidable but no matter what one thing is for sure, the SHOW MUST GO ON!
Did you know that fashion shows do not only give designers an opportunity to express their ideas and talents but they also provide aspiring talents an inspiration to be able to discover any hidden gifts they already possess. This gives them the opportunity to create something exclusively. Talking about exclusive fashion, we have more about COUTURE!