New York Men’s Day To Feature 5 New And 5 Returning Designers For 20th Edition
NEXT MONTH WILL BE THE 20TH SEASON OF NEW YORK MEN’S DAY. TO CELEBRATE, IT WILL SHOWCASE 10 EMERGING DESIGNERS DURING NEW YORK FASHION WEEK.
NEW YORK, UNITED STATES — The biannual menswear collective staged by Agentry PR and presented this year by Hilldun Corp will feature five new and five returning designers. The two-pronged event on Sept. 8 will be held from 10:30 a.m. to noon and then again from 4:30 to 6 p.m. at Location05 and Daylight Studios next to Hudson Yards. The brands will be A.Potts, Brandon Murphy, Clara Son, Kent Anthony, Raleigh Workshop, Sebastien Ami, Skyco, Tarpley, Terry Singh and The Salting. Each designer will present their spring 2024 collections in an individual studio space. The collections will also be featured on CFDA’s Runway360 digital platform.
“Hilldun Corporation is excited to be the presenting sponsor of New York Men’s Day, especially given the 20th season milestone. Investing in the menswear fashion space is important to us and we are honored to support NYMD, giving emerging designers a platform to showcase their creativity,” said Gary Wassner, chief executive officer of Hilldun.
Other sponsors include De’Longhi, a specialty coffee and espresso brand, hair care brand Oribe as well as Augment, which will provide makeup teams and products for the designers to use during their presentations.
Erin Hawker, founder of Agentry and creator of NYMD, said: “We can’t believe we are celebrating the 20th season of New York Men’s Day this September. To see this platform’s continual growth and still stay true to our founding mission of creating a space and opportunity for emerging brands and designers across menswear, gender fluid and fashion in general to showcase their innovation and talent, we are humbled to be the organization spearheading this for the community. We couldn’t have done this without partners who see value in what we do and their support. We hope we will continue to inspire the community as we move forward.”
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