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New York Fashion Week Takes on Different Look in Wake of Coronavirus

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New York Fashion Week Takes on Different Look in Wake of Coronavirus

New York Fashion Week Takes on Different Look in Wake of Coronavirus

New York Fashion Week has a very different look this year in light of social distancing and crowd restriction guidelines.

Designers are taking some of their creations online for virtual fashion shows while others move shows to completely different states.

Cheddar's Michelle Castillo reports.


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