NEW YORK, Aug. 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- On September 7, Fashion Week will take over New York City as fashion influencers from around the globe gather to see the newest collections of hundreds of runway shows and presentations.
The History of New York Fashion Week
New York Fashion Week has undergone many changes since its inception as "Press Week" in 1943: first as a series of seasonal events held in various parts of town — for 69 years listed in a calendar kept by Ruth Finley — for a time organized in tents as "7th on Sixth" by the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA), then acquired by event giant IMG and dubbed everything from "Olympus Fashion Week" to "Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week" (as named for various title sponsors).
Although various producers (and designers, for that matter), come and go, one thing has remained constant: the flux of talent and energy that pours into NYC during this biannual, citywide showcase, popularly known as "New York Fashion Week" (following the "fashion week" nomenclature established by London, and other cities).
A Partnership that Helps Producers, PR People, and Designers
Now in its 10th season, Fashion Week Online (fashionweekonline.com) has been providing the complete fashion landscape by consolidating runway shows, designers, stylists, models, and fashion influencers, into one portal. It is considered the #1 hub for fashion week events in New York, London, Milan, and Paris, providing up-to-the-minute editorial content, live streams, and shopping.
For September 2016, Fashion Week Online and Diobox have partnered together to bridge the gap between industry professionals, influencers, and consumers, by providing an affordable event organization platform to handle invitations and attendee management.
In addition, Diobox and Fashion Week Online will provide a 15% discount for all subscription plans during New York Fashion Week.
How Diobox Simplifies Producers' Lives
Diobox simplifies the event management process by providing access to 5 core functionalities in a single product. Having access to these tools help with reducing data fragmentation and eliminating the use of multiple products for hosting an event:
1. Guest list management with a built-in CRM for tracking guest history
2. Emails invitation sending with real-time delivery status
3. Private RSVP pages uniquely linked for each attendee
4. Tables and seating assignment with support for waitlists
5. Check-in and door operations with support for plus-ones
To further simply the event management process for the fashion industry, Diobox has created a new section on its website dedicated for helping manage runway shows, after-parties and retail events.
Producers can receive their 15% discount, and get steps for success, here:
Diobox Website: http://www.diobox.com/
Download on the App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/diobox/id889676302
Fashion Week Online: http://fashionweekonline.com/
New York Fashion Week Live: http://newyorkfashionweeklive.com/