DDCLab, Esteban Cortazar, Sue Stemp, and Nathan Jenden To Show At Red Bull Designers’ Pavilion
New York Fashion Week Spring 2007
By: Mari Davis
NEW YORK, Sep 11, 2006/ FW/ --- There’s a new venue debuting this New York season, the Red Bull Designers’ Pavilion, sponsored by Red Bull® Energy Drink and hosted by Nokia Theater.
With four designers - DDCLab, Esteban Cortazar, Sue Stemp, and Nathan Jenden – slated to preview their collections at the Red Bull Designers’ Pavilion, it is being touted as ‘a platform for progressive designers to exhibit their collection in an unparalleled environment with the goal of fusing energy with fashion.
Located at New York’s Times Square, just a stone’s throw away from Bryant Park, the official venue of the New York fashion season, the Red Bull Designers’ Pavilion provides an alternative location for designers who has special needs for their catwalk presentations.
In the spirit of famed European fashion shows, the Red Bull Designers' Pavilion promises to bring imagination and influence to New York Fashion Week.
Under the creative helm of Kevin Krier, who serves both as overall fashion consultant to the project as well as producing each one of the four shows individually, with Keith Greco as the set designer, the Red Bull Designers’ Pavilion promises to be a truly unique fashion experience.
The Red Bull Designers' Pavilion features four unique designers whose styles exhibit innovation, inspiration and individuality.
DDCLAB: Tuesday, September 12, 2006 at 10:00 AM
Roberto Crivello and Savania Davies Keiller, the talent behind the popular label, continue to impress with their commitment to technology and style.
Sue Stemp: Wednesday, September 13, 2006 at 1:00 PM
The English countryside import behind the inimitable one-of-a kind party dress.
Esteban Cortazar: Wednesday, September 13, 2006 at 9:00 PM
One of the most highly acclaimed ingénues in the fashion industry, showing his coveted ready-to-wear collection.
Nathan Jenden: Thursday, September 14, 2006 at 9:00 PM
Diane von Furstenberg's long time creative director exhibits his own directional for the 2nd season after his first was met with critical acclaim.