This is the season to be jolly in NYC! Thanks to 30-plus creative designers who’s names include Anna Sui, Shoshanna Lonstein, Nicole Miller, Nanette Lepore, Malia Mills and Theia’s Don O’Neill, The Save the Garment Center initiative is receiving some much appreciated holiday cheer. Making good on a request by Caravan Stylist Studio’s Claudine DeSola, a longtime Garment Center supporter, the designers created beautiful, unique ornaments that will be sold for $30 each, with all proceeds benefiting STGC.
Most of the designer’s collections were made in New York, and will be unveiled on the Carlton Hotel’s holiday tree December 5th. There will also be a tree lighting ceremony featuring the cast of the Broadway show “Pippin.” The ornaments will be available for purchase December 4th – 18th in the Carlton Hotel’s lobby.
The Made in NYC tree stands to raise interest in local designers, something The Carlton Hotel’s Victor Freeman has helped nurture and build. Their goal is to turn the Carlton Hotel into a fashion ideas hub where they can generate different projects from the holiday program to art projects then ultimately to fashion week initiatives.
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