Emerging fashion talents at Hudson

Emerging American fashion designers from CFDA’s {Fashion Incubator} will curate Semi-Automatic at Hudson hotel for Fashion Week, marking the first time that a fashion organization has taken over Hudson’s reinvented take on a hotel gift shop. The oversized vending machine, located in the lobby of Hudson hotel, will be stocked with a selection of products and Fashion Week necessities from some of America’s most promising designers.


Designers participating in this innovative pop-up curation include Alice Ritter, Gemma Redux, Grey Ant, Jolibe, Public School, Ruby Kobo, and Sang A. Items will include a diamond and wood strand bracelet from Ruby Kobo, a python clutch in Dirty Gold from SANG A, hand-made 7-fold wool ties from Public School, and a channeled rabbit fur jacket from Jolibe. Located in New York City’s Garment District, the {FASHION INCUBATOR} is the CFDA’s newest program designed to support the next generation of fashion designers. The mission is to help grow and sustain the business of the participating tenants over the course of two years. The {FASHION INCUBATOR} provides a creative professional environment to foster promising fashion talent, and help selected designers grow and sustain their business.

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