Fashion show in Central Park is about to set a world record: what it will be special

Fashion show in Central Park is about to set a world record: what it will be special

As Timeout reports, Dreamland Fashion Week in Central Park is set to enter the Guinness Book of World Records as the “Most Massive Event in Fashion History” during New York Fashion Week in September.

The current record set at Moscow Fashion Week 2018 is 1,012 people. The Dreamland event has already sold over 3,000 tickets, but the main goal is not only to break the record, but also to attract 5,000 people to the fashion show in Central Park. This show, like never before, is created specifically to combine music, fashion and art.

Multiple Grammy Award winner, producer and DJ Diplo will be the main star of Dreamland Fashion Week in Central Park. In addition, Canadian producer and DJ Blond:ish, as well as piano house queen LP Giobbi, will perform at the event.

Visitors can expect interactive art installations, vibrant pop-up stores and collaborations with multimedia artists. The main event includes a fashion show that will showcase the stunning creations of one of the fashion industry’s most famous designers, Marco Marco.

As part of the full show, he will present his latest creations and take viewers on a breathtaking and magical retrospective journey through the most provocative creations of founder Marco Morante over the past twenty years.

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Dreamland Fashion Week in Central Park will take place on Saturday, September 19 at Ramsey Place from 3:00 pm to 10:00 pm. Tickets are already available on Ticketmaster.

“In 2023, Fashion Week is about more than just clothes,” says Jake Reznikov, project organizer. “It will be a week in New York where art, culture and self-expression merge. It’s about breaking down barriers, challenging norms, and promoting inclusion.”

While most New York Fashion Week shows are industry events and closed to the public, Dreamland Fashion Week in Central Park will be open to everyone. “We invite everyone to immerse themselves in the world of glamour, artistry and empowerment,” Reznikov said.

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