Watching beautiful clothes flutter down the runway is exciting when you’re at a fashion show and really, really stressful when you’re at an airport. Catch couture where it should be with this GrouponLive deal.
- One ticket to the Fashion Week 2013 Premiere Event, featuring Project Runway designer Irina Shabayeva
- When: Saturday, September 7, at 5 p.m or 8 p.m.
- Where: Empire Hotel Rooftop
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.<p>
$175 for a level-one ticket package (up to a $359.74 total value)
- Seating in rows 4–6
- A luxury gift bag, valued at $100
- Complimentary champagne and cupcakes before the show<p>
$299 for a VIP ticket package (up to a $509.95 value)
- Seating in rows 1–3
- A luxury gift bag, valued at $150
- Complimentary champagne and cupcakes before the show
- Admission to the Empire Hotel after-party for guests ages 21 and over<p>
Fashion Week 2013 Premiere Event
Although New York serves as the guiding light for fashion year-round, the metropolis shines especially bright during September. Kicking off New York Fashion Week with stiletto heels, New York Fashion Shows’ Premiere Event corrals painstakingly crafted attire, burgeoning designers, and statuesque models onto one 60-foot catwalk. Yet unlike couture fashion clubs accessible only through connections, credentials, and the appropriate answer to one abstruse riddle, New York Fashion Shows bring high style to the public.
Before guests take their seats, they mingle with designers and critics alike during a pre-show reception with champagne and cupcakes. Then all eyes turn to the catwalk. Designer Irina Shabayeva, the winner of Project Runway’s sixth season, presents designs in the evening-wear and seasonal portions of the evening, dazzling with structured and detail-rich pieces, the likes of which have graced Selena Gomez, Lady Gaga, and Alison Brie. Long Tran’s avant-garde designs also strut across the stage, creating unusual, sometimes otherworldly silhouettes that offer a sneak peek into his spring 2014 collection.