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NYFW Kick Off: Fashion Through The Lens

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Over time, fashion photography has developed its own aesthetic where clothes and style merge to create stories that are told through the photographers' eye, creating pieces of art that will last forever.

To kickstart Fashion Week, Emporia Studios is hosting its first photography exhibition dedicated to fashion, and celebrating local New York photographers.

The exhibition will take place on February 7, 2017 at Emporia Studios (336 W 37th Street, Suite 260, New York, NY 10018) and will showcase work from some of New York’s best fashion photographers like Fernando Sippel, Sailey Williams - XEX magazine’s Editor in Chief, Nelson Castillo, Nick Starchenko, and Carlos Hernandez.

The exhibition will attract the who-is-who of the fashion world, fashion bloggers, influencers, fashion photographers, models and fashionistas, creating an art-filled space where clothes and style merge to tell the perfect story.

To RSVP, click here.


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Elizabeth Dilts

is currently pursuing a masters at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Dilts came to New York City from Shanghai, China, where she worked as an editor with the English-language City Weekend magazine. Prior to that, Dilts spent a year in Nanjing, China, with a bilingual, Mandarin-English magazine and a stint in Tianjin, China, with a business publication. Looking to use her Mandarin back in the United States, Dilts is covering Flushing, Queens, one of New York’s four Chinatowns. A native of Gary, Indiana., Dilts received her bachelor’s degree in journalism at Indiana University. While in China, she reported on Internet usage among young adults and the education issues faced by multi-ethnic children raised in China.