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AmEx provides Fashion Week coverage

Emily Crone

Calling all fashionistas! While I’m sure every one of you is dying to attend Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, not all of us can be so lucky. But fear not: American Express is doing its best to bring Fashion Week to you.

This year’s annual Fashion Week takes off tomorrow and lasts through Feb. 8. The main event is in New York City, but Fashion Week is also happening in Los Angeles, Miami and Berlin. All the big names will be sent down the catwalk: Zac Posen, Monique Lhuillier, Diane Von Furstenberg, Christian Audigier of Ed Hardy, Vera Wang, Heatherette, the Project Runway crew and on and on and on.

The American Express Fashion Network launches tomorrow and will stream live throughout the week. It will provide exclusive, live coverage of the events with multi-dimensional views from the runways and interviews with designers and insiders.

Robert Verdi, acclaimed fashion stylist, will be the official host of the Network, and the AmEx booth in the lobby of New York’s Bryant Park tents will be the broadcast center.

American Express is also launching Fashion 360, the first dedicated fashion channel on YouTube. It will have highlights from the AmEx Fashion Network, including live runway shows, insider interviews and content from fashion partners including parties and trend reports.

If you can’t wait to see what’s in store for next season from the world’s best designers but are hundreds of miles from Bryant Park, tune in to the AmEx Network for Fashion Week coverage.

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