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EAST VILLAGE—Tomorrow night, the Rosenberg Gallery debuts an exhibit on the history of prints. The show doubles as a class assignment
for students from NYU's graduate program in Costume Studies, who organized it with the help of their professor, Shannon Bell Price. Featured designers include Marc Jacobs, Proenza Schouler, and Diane von Furstenberg, among others, and the show runs through February 4. [RackedWire]
LINCOLN CENTER—Fashion Week kicks off exactly one month from tomorrow, so it's about time for all the seasonal gossip to begin. The Cut brings news that Whitney Port will be showing her clothing line Whitney Eve at Lincoln Center this season—kind of a step up from the "relatively humble" places she's shown before. People's Revolution, the PR firm where she allegedly worked on The City, will produce the show. [The Cut]