Lincoln Center

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Where will the fashionistas flock to now?!

New York Fashion Week will need to find a new home come next September—it's been revealed that a judge approved a pretrial settlement to expel the twice-yearly fashion roll-out from Lincoln Center, which was brought on by community groups who thought the fashion bunch were making the adjacent Damrosch Park (a 2.4-acre spread) uninviting to the public. (And we can only imagine the dents those heels made in the grass.)

Next February's New York Fashion Week presentations will be the last at Lincoln Center.

Lincoln Center

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But fashionistas, don't fear: We're sure the NYFW set will find a chic new home base for the shows. Lincoln Center was, in fact, a second choice for many designers who preferred to hold their shows in more open, creative spaces (think Downtown lofts or warehouses).

And who knows—a return to Bryant Park, which hosted NYFW from 1969 to 2010, may be in order. Fashion followers love all things vintage, right?

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