“Just as the men’s runway collections came to a close in Milan on Tuesday, organizers of the shows in New York and London announced that they have settled, for now, a dispute over the dates of the women’s runway shows planned this September. The New York and London collections will not overlap with those of Milan, as had been risked by a standoff between the cities over when the season should begin.
New York designers had wanted to start showing their collections the week after Labor Day, giving them some reprieve for the first time in many years. But the Milanese, who show between London and Paris, refused to go along by pushing their dates back as well. . .”
Full story on New York Times