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Can we just know already? Fashionista caught up with CFDA president Steven Kolb this week to ask about the state of New York Fashion Week, which had its final run at Lincoln Center in February and is headed to a new downtown home. Last month, it was said that show organizer IMG was "in final negotiations" to secure its new location, and Kolb makes it sound like that new location is official—but it's not his news to share.
"That's definitely a question for the folks at IMG," Kolb told the site. "All I can say is I think they're very, very darn close to making an announcement very, very soon."
Rumors have been floating around that IMG has been looking at a midtown post office and Skylight Clarkson Square (the home of the first-ever New York Fashion Week Men's shows). Wherever it is, let's hope that the good street style follows.