NARCISO RODRIGUEZ (Official Runway Photos) – Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week New York Fall Winter 2014 – #MBFW #NYFW – February 12, 2013 – Photos distributed by Mainstream, via PR Consulting New York
Narciso Rodriguez at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week New York
Official Runway Photos
One of the foremost American designers during the last two decades, Narciso Rodriguez plays a singular role in global fashion. As Anna Wintour, editor in chief of American Vogue has said, "No one but Narciso has ever made a simple line look more stunning."
In 1996, Rodriguez received international acclaim when he designed the bias-cut sheath wedding dress that his close friend Carolyn Bessette wore when she married John Kennedy, Jr.
On November 4, 2008, Narciso Rodriguez became part of a monumental event in American history. To celebrate her husband Barack Obama’s triumphant victory as the first African American president of The United States, Michelle Obama chose to wear a dress from the designer’s Spring 2009 Collection. "It was both emotional and exhilarating," Rodriguez said. "To be part of this memorable moment in history was a great honor."
Today, Narciso Rodriguez’s fashion house is based in New York City where he shows his women’s ready-to-wear collections.
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week is New York City's single largest media event, taking place twice a year (February & September) at Lincoln Center, one of the most well known arts and cultural institutions in the world. The event provides top designers an international platform to showcase their collections to more than 100,000 industry insiders from around the world, including buyers, editors, retailers, celebrities, VIPs, and more. With more than 80 designers shows over 8 days, it is known as the premier event worldwide where style, beauty, supermodels, and celebrities come together to celebrate the best in fashion.
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