No Agency New York York lets the world know exactly ‘Why We’re Quitting NYFW.’ The message serves as an insight on the personal feelings that No Agency New York has toward the modern day New York Fashion Week, available as a limited insert to select copies of The Drunken Canal’s February Love & Life Issue. The letter is obtainable at The Drunken Canal box on Rutgers and East Broadway February 11 only.
No Agency New York makes sure to point out that they aren’t stepping out of NYFW all together. Don’t worry, they’ll still be participating in all of the fashion week extravaganzas. Essentially, they have chosen to not receive any funds for the shows during fashion week.
This ultimately ensures more power to the brand itself. By eliminating the financial element of an agreement, it allows No Agency New York more freedom to choose what the brand and their corresponding clients will take part in. This ensures the success and happiness of everyone surrounding No Agency New York, without monetary obligations.
No Agency New York has high hopes that this new methodology will ensure victory and contentment within their consumers and the brands they collaborate with.
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On behalf of the leading upcoming versatile female and GNC artists, No Agency New York serves as a management company. Well versed in the industries of music, fashion, visual art and video, their clients have been showcased in campaigns for brands ranging from Apple to Alexander McQueen, featured in magazines from Vogue to King Kong and even appeared on Netflix. No Agency New York has been publicized about in Vogue, Teen Vogue, Dazed and i-D.
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