With this GrouponLive deal, you get one ticket to New York Fashion Shows’ Premiere Event on Saturday, December 15, at Roseland Ballroom. Choose from the following options:
- For $98, you get one ticket for Level 1 seating, the seating farthest from the stage (a $200 value).
- For $168, you get one ticket for Level 2 seating, located closer to the stage (a $340 value).
- For $208, you get one VIP ticket (a $415 value). VIP guests are seated in the first two rows and receive a gift bag.
Choose between attending shows at 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. Attendees must arrive 30 minutes before their ticketed show.
Though New York City is lauded for its fashion year-round, the metropolis especially shines during September, when it beckons stylish designers and inimitable apparel to its runways. On the stiletto heels of New York Fashion Week, New York Fashion Shows’ Premiere Event corrals painstakingly crafted attire, burgeoning designers, and statuesque models onto one 60-foot catwalk. Even before guests take their seats, the spectacle is in full swing, as a trio of models seen in the event’s ad campaign host a meet and greet and photo opportunity.
Amid servings of complimentary cupcakes and lemonade, guests and celebrity onlookers immerse themselves in the looks that are sauntering down the elevated stage. Designer Sherri Hill’s collection of evening wear, which has graced the forms of celebrities such as Selena Gomez, Carrie Underwood, and Giuliana Rancic, flaunts sequined bodices paired with flowy chiffon skirts and curve-sculpting jersey gowns. Baltimore native and 21-year-old designer Bishme Cromartie favors whimsically structured apparel in the form of brightly colored sheaths with geometric shoulders and elaborately collared gowns shrouded in muted earth tones. After Cromartie sends his seasonal creations down the walk, the swimwear of Angela Martini makes its alluring entrance. Also a model, Martini harnessed her insider’s view of the fashion world to produce her signature Martini bikini, a glamorous two-piece that can come bedecked in sequins or dramatic cutouts. A to-be-announced lingerie designer reveals their creations at the conclusion of the vibrant event, promising shapes that both flatter and tantalize.