Everyone’s Heading to Brooklyn

The Brooklyn Navy Yard that is….

Following in the ever so fashionable footsteps of Alexander Wang, none other than the house of Christian Dior will be showing their 2015 Cruise Collection at the Brooklyn Navy Yard on May 7th. You may remember that Wang chose to show his AW14 Collection at the Navy Yard this past February, to mixed reactions from fashion insiders.  Some felt that the commute to the Navy Yard was too far away and the transportation situation (in heels no less) was a hassle.  As stylist Ann Caruso was quoted saying at the time,  “I don’t even go over to Brooklyn to visit my good friend.”

Dior, has taken great pains to combat these issues.  For their show they’ll be providing car service to a ferry that will shuttle guests directly from Manhattan (picking up at 34th & FDR Drive) to the Navy Yard and back. Specific instructions will accompany the invitations so that no confusion arises (wishful thinking!).

We at AMP3 PR are thrilled to hear about all of these luxury fashion houses that are heading to the Brooklyn Navy Yard if for no other reason than because we did it first.  You heard that right, last Fall we planned and executed our client Cat Footwear’s SS14 fashion show at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, specifically at the Kings County Distillery at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.  For transportation we provided old fashion trolley service to and from the venue. Yes, we knew about the hidden gem that is Brooklyn first, and our event went spectacularly well with a fashion show held outside under the stars and the pre-and-post show party held inside the beautiful distillery with a DJ spinning and whiskey tastings for everyone.


New York PR Agency

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