Seattle Fashion Magazine Moda & Estilo Travels to New York to Cover Mercedes-Benz NY Fashion Week

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Global lifestyle and emerging fashion magazine spends a week in New York City to cover up-and-coming designers and the latest fashion.

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Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013 – This week marks the beginning of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, New York City’s largest media event, taking place twice a year (September & February) at Lincoln Center. Seattle-based publication Moda & Estilo will be covering the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York City to report on industry and consumer trends with a focus on up-and-coming designers. This global lifestyle and emerging fashion magazine has a team of writers and photographers to cover talent for elite designs led by fashion marketer Cynarah Ellawala.

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York City showcases over 80 designers -- bringing together style, models, celebrities, and designers at Lincoln Center and throughout the city. Designers from all over the globe are given the opportunity to show their collections to over 100,000 industry insiders from all over the map, who converge for this week of fashion. Such insiders include editors, retailers, celebrities, buyers, and more.

Moda & Estilo launched in July of 2012 as a marketing arm of Alcantara Marketing, a full service marketing company that works with luxury, fashion and lifestyle brands. In a short time Moda & Estilo has increased its audience significantly through interaction on social media and in the blogosphere. Moda & Estilo features trends for men and women, up-and-coming fashion designers, interviews and seeks out inspiration as it happens with street style and stylish peeps. They provide the scoop on latest trends, fabulous stores, famous designers, and the hottest fashion events.

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