Production company Amco NYC could be a step in the right direction for up and coming designers looking for support.
There could be many obstacles that surround a young designer just starting out. The main killer of dreams is usually money. It costs to fund a show, it costs to make the clothes, it costs to book the models and, in lots of cases, it costs to fill the seats. Amco NYC acts as the perfect vessel for new creative talent to be able to showcase their collections without having to worry about the hassle of funding a big budget fashion show. The quality of their shows have even impressed major fashion insiders including Morgan Thompson from Cosmopolitan and Seventeen Magazine as well as the founder of Miami Men’s Swim Week G.A. Curbow-Healey.
The designers for September 2017 were diverse in their background as well as in their technique. The designers included Zula Studio, created by Zula Khramov in 2007; Klad Apparel, created by Melanie Trygg in 2012; Bradelis New York, a lingerie line created by Akiyo Hirakubo; Nicole Bell out of Houston, TX; KATE, established in 2015 by Katie Tramposh; and Maj Designs, which was created by Jamie Johnson and made it’s runway debut at Amco NYC fashion week. Models on the runway were as diverse as the designers. Many of the shows featured models of all shades and backgrounds and even included models with down syndrome.
In addition to fashion Amco NYC offers a slew of other services such as event planning, social media management, public relations and support for up and coming companies. With all of these avenues covered, it’s no wonder why many of their clients have no problem sending in rave reviews. An Amco party never fails to turn out top talent and party goers all looking to take part in the ambiance of success.
The status of fashion is ever changing with the times. With so much new talent emerging everyday, Amco NYC will never lose business or notoriety.