Fashions Night Out
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Fashions Night Out Summary
Event Overview: Fashions Night Out is an annual one-night event that takes place throughout several neighborhoods in Manhattan when stores stay open for extended hours until 11pm and provide exciting incentives of free giveaways of fashion, services, free alcohol, celebrity appearances and live musical performances. Fashion's Night Out NYC has become an overwhelmingly popular event and the idea of Fashions Night Out has spread throughout the globe.
What to Expect: The NYC Fashions Night Out has become a masterfully planned city-wide event with over 1,300 mini-events within. With so much going on in just one night, it's important to plan out your time at Fashions Night Out.
- Star-Studded Options: In the past years, some of the store events during Fashion Night Out have included Adidas hosting free yoga sessions with ambassador of yoga, Elena Brower, with complimentary yoga mats, Hugo Boss hosting live performances by superstar Robin Thicke and DJ Manero with a champagne bar, Barneys hosting Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Alexander Wang, The Rag&Tag Boys and many more celebrities, as well as the BBC/Ice Cream Store holding meet and greets with Pharrell Williams. These are just a fraction of the options with over 1,300 choices of time spent on this night.
- New Fashion: Around the start of New York Fashion Week, many of the designers and stores involved in Fashions Night Out release new lines and trends for the extended hours event, and amazing prize giveaways in the past have included cocktails and style tips from Vera Wang, a custom-fit wedding gown by Carolina Herrerra, tickets to Diane von Ferstunberg's fashion show.
Inside Knowledge: Fashion Night Out began as a simple idea the Editor-in-Chief of Vogue, Anna Wintour had, to extend store hours in oder to better the retail businesses and up the sales in New York City. The first ever Fashion's Night Out NYC was in September 2009 and just one year later, the now annual event has taken off, with 16 nations now involved and over 300 stores in NYC alone participating. Tune in to see how the coming seasons' Fashions Nights Out events top the previous years festivities.
- Plan Your Time: Fashion's Night Out NYC events spread all over Manhattan, from the Upper East Side, Upper West Side, through the 5th Avenue shops, Lexington Ave, Madison Ave, 34th Street, Bleecker Street, the Meatpacking District and SoHo. With such a wide variety of areas, shops and types of shopping events, such as flash mob performances, fashion giveaways, celebrity sightings and more.
- Map out Your Night: Fashion Night Out street teams provide maps of the whole night's events and are available at various NYC locations, so be on the lookout early in the day. Since the areas of Fashions Night Out are so spread out, a great way to get around is to take the Gray Line buses, which run free during the hours of the event.
- Give to a Good Cause: Give back to the City at NYC Fashion's Night Out by donating well-kept clothes at several of the participating stores with collection bins. Also pick up an official Fashion Night Out t-shirt, sold throughout the event and 40% of proceeds will go to AIDS charities in NYC. A style contest is held by Teen Vogue for runway tickets to a Fashion Week show for the contestant with the best styled Fashion Nights Out t-shirt.
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Event Quick Facts
- 1,300 events take place within Fashions Night Out in New York.
- Fashion's Night Out NYC has expanded to a world-wide event with over 16 countries participating.
- The idea came from Vogue Editor-in-Chief, Anna Wintour.