The debut of yet another fashion season will mark the ending of the style predictions for 2013, so make sure you keep an eye out for the New York Fashion Week fall 2013 shows starting February 7th at Lincoln Center as numerous designers including Kenneth Cole will unveil their style propositions for the new season.
Kenneth Cole’s fall 2013 collection from New York Fashion Week is highly awaited as the brand has always delivered innovative, wearable designs that displayed a perfect balance between casualness and boldness.
Kenneth Cole left its print on the fashion industry 30 years ago when the designer decided to open his own shoe business but with limited finances. With ingenuity and perseverance, Kenneth Cole identified the perfect means to enter the shoe industry, by turning the company’s name into Kenneth Cole Productions, Inc., so he could be granted a permit to park a truck in Midtown Manhattan to sell his shoes and shoot a movie ‘The Birth of a Shoe Company’, as only production companies were allowed to park trucks in the select area. In just two and a half days, Kenneth Cole Productions sold 40,000 pairs of shoes and the rest is history!
Kenneth Cole has since expanded its boundaries into men and women’s fashion designs as well as accessories and includes the following lines: Kenneth Cole Reaction, Kenneth Cole Collection, Kenneth Cole New York and Unlisted. Shop Kenneth Cole garments, shoes and accessories at www.kennethcole.com Kenneth Cole’s fall 2013 collection will open its curtains to the public on Thursday, February 7, 2013 at 7PM on 537W 27th ST, New York, so keep an eye out on our page as we’ll feature the brand’s new collection as soon as it makes its debut.
Until New York Fashion Week fall 2013 opens its doors to the public, check out a selection of designs presented in Kenneth Cole’s previous collections as they display that high-end urban-chic style that demonstrates what the brand is capable of in terms of fashion and accessories!
Update! Check out the Kenneth Cole fall 2013 collection!
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