Here are eight stories you may have missed in New York this week.
The event, now in its fourth year, will highlight new fashions and uptown venues.
The retailer will soon reopen a store in its original location at West 17th Street and Seventh Avenue.
INTERMIX, a multi-brand designer store for women, opened at 140 Smith St.
The Columbus Avenue store, set to open on Sept. 13, will be "clothing dominated."
A new interior design store features hand-picked furniture and home decor from New York designers.
Cheedah Suuwah, a Japanese-born artist and designer, has created his own line called "Natural Spirits."
Michael Wright's "Troutman Collection" names each men's clothing piece after a Bushwick street.
David Byrne, Liv Tyler, Allison Williams and more celebrated up-and-coming designers.
The 20th century's authenticity and high style are an inspiration for two designers.
A group of independent designers are fundraising for the development of manufacturing center.
Jutta Neumann has been making leather accessories for 18 years.
The event, which is in its 11th year, has already debuted an online magazine explaining its mission.
The mellow Fashion's Night Out included designer exclusives and vintage deals.
The Fashion Week vet dazzled at a party for the shoe designer's new Madison Ave. store.
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