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Where will Fashion Week be located until Hudson Yards is ready?
Fashion crowd, meet the 7 train. In a few years, that will be the closest subway to the Hudson Yards, which will soon be the official location of New York Fashion Week--at least if Diane von Furstenberg, Steven Kolb and Mayor Bloomberg have anything to do with it.
New York Fashion Week's next home, following a less than well-received tenancy at Lincoln Center, might be a place called the Culture Shed. The Culture Shed, despite sounding like a bad nightclub, will be a "sprawling, modern center" within $15 billion westside development project the Hudson Yards, and it was the subject of a press conference with Mayor Bloomberg this morning. Coach confirmed their plans to open a global headquarters there, WWD is reporting. According to the trade, the complex will also house "office buildings, residential and retail space, a 150-room hotel, 14 acres of public space and a sprawling, modern center called the Culture Shed, which, according to Bloomberg, 'will eventually' host Fashion Week."