Have you heard about this new fashion show titled Fashion’s Front Row presented by Macy’s? No? Well, on September 17, it was a pleasure to attend this event, at The Theater at Madison Square Garden to celebrate the end of the catwalk marathon.
Giuliana Rancic and Brad Goreski, TV personalities from E!’s Fashion Police, emceed the event and let’s just say the whole night was superb from start to finish as the beautiful and iconic Diane Von Furstenberg briefly appeared to kick off the night and introduce the festivities.
Tommy Hilfiger appeared shortly after his collection passed the runway. Heidi by Heidi Klum Intimates, Hello Kitty®, Macy’s exclusive line, I.N.C (International Concepts) and Impulse featuring Rachel Roy, Nineteenth Amendment designers, Jessica Simpson, Sean John, Levi’s®, Distinction by Ryan Seacrest, and (singer) Thalia Sodie were amongst the designers of the night.
What good is fashion if it doesn’t incorporate wearable technology from all new Gear S2 presented by Samsung. The device due to its circular customized design offers customers a more enhanced, advanced and personalized mobile experience.
Let there be music and tons of it!
Nate Ruess, Grammy® Award winning and lead singer of Fun, performed songs from his debut solo album titled “Grand Romantic.” Immediately following was the sexy and charming Jason Derulo performing “Want to Want Me,” “Whatcha Say,” “It Girl” and “Wiggle,” “Cheyenne,” and of course number hit (ft. 2 Chainz) “Talk Dirty.”
The main reason for this was to help further support Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and the Council of Fashion Designers of America Foundation (CFDA) where 100% of all proceeds came from ticket sales.
Macy’s Fashion Front Row After Party:
By the way, in case you missed it, don’t worry because this event was recorded live and is set to air on September 23 at 8pm EST on E!.
This presents an opportunity to check out the behind-the-scenes red carpet arrivals including Cynthia Bailey (Bravo’s Atlanta Housewives), Jill Zarin (Former NYC housewife), Diane Von Furstenberg, Heidi Klum, and so many other fashion legacies.
The after-party at Macy’s on Herald Square was dynamite! Drinks, delicious food, fortune tellers, Biz Markie closing down shop, at the DJ booth, spinning old school tunes – oh yes, and then add in dancing next to Cynthia Bailey and many other celebrities. Well played Macy’s. Well played!
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