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New York Fashion Week takes over Masonic Hall, Guastavino’s and more

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The Museum of the City of New York, Masonic Hall, and other unorthodox venues have hosted events this year

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New York Fashion Week is back in town, bringing dozens of designers to the city eager to show off their newest collections and once again, some have opted to break away from conventional venues in favor of more exciting, albeit unexpected, New York locales.

In previous years, designs have hosted shows in everything from the Department of Sanitation’s Spring Street Salt Shed (Heron Preston in 2016) to the East River Park running track (Maryam Nassir Zadeh in 2017) to the MoMA Sculpture Garden (Carolina Herrara in 2017).

Though we’re only two days into Fashion Week, we are already beginning to quirky restaurants, museums, and more used as backdrops for shows and we can only assume that between now and when Fashion Week ends on February 16, there will be plenty more to come.

Here’s what we’ve seen thus far, and we’ll continue to update as New York Fashion Week unfolds:

Tory Burch at Guastavino’s

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Kate Spade at the Grand Lodge of the State of New York Free & Accepted Masons

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Snow Xue Gao at the Jing Fong Restaurant

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Harlem Fashion Week at the Museum of the City of New York: Harlem Fashion Week

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