Modern Upgrade Coming To The Fashion Calendar Site

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cfda-calendar-1Scheduling can be difficult in a busy industry like fashion. Shows, parties and full weeks can have their own assortment of smaller events involved in each. This creates a lot of trouble for anyone trying to pick a date for their own events without coinciding, and competing, with other plans.

That is where The Fashion Calendar has made their name. For seven decades, the company has stood as a wide outlet for professionals and enthusiasts alike to coordinate some of the most extravagant events in the world of fashion. Since going digital this past January, their site has done the same for our now online-based world.

Looking towards the same goal, The Fashion Calendar enlisted New York creative studio Hugo & Marie to revamp their site’s overall look and feel in an effort to improve customer experience and navigation. One of the most noticeable differences comes in the main color of it’s background, pink, which also stood as the brand’s main color for 69 years prior to entering a digital medium.

cfda-calendar-2The Fashion Calendar will also offer the same incredibly convenient service as before through their new site. This includes scheduling of all major shows like men’s, women’s, pre-fall, bridal, resort and, of course, New York Fashion Week. In regards to the latter, there will now be a notification system surrounding the eight days of events to keep users updated constantly on every part of the festivities.

There is also the addition of a “my calendar” feature, focused on bringing more personalization to their experience. This allows each person to input their own events to be reminded of in terms of scheduling while also recommending new events based on their preferences.

Individual annual plans are currently listed for $395, with a multi-user equivalent costing $925. The Fashion Calendar also offers a market week seasonal membership for $195.

The site serves as a smart place to search for job listings within fashion too. Listing a job, or event, is $50 each with an option for employers of $995 for unlimited listings.

Anyone interested in using The Fashion Calendar and it’s many opportunities can visit the site at fashioncalendar.com when it launches on Thursday.

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