The Bloomberg Effect

November 2013
WWD: Women's Wear Daily;11/25/2013, Vol. 206 Issue 109, p1
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The article discusses the highlights of the breakfast meeting which was held in the Meatpacking District offices of fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg in New York on November 20, 2013, aimed at discoursing plans to build support for the Culture Shed, the ballyhooed arts center entailed to become the new home of New York Fashion Week once it is finished around 2017. Some of the attendees include Mayor Michael Bloomberg, his cultural affairs commissioner, Kate Levin, and designer Vera Wang.


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