Now, the Camera Nazionale della Moda has said it will accept the CFDA and BFCs compromisewith added conditions.
First, New York must cut its final show day to give London an extra day to present its menswear collections. Second, Paris has to agree to all of the above, despite the fact that the compromise pushes Pariss shows to start later in the year than usual.
If the CFDA and BFC fail to meet these requirements, the Italians said, they will retract their offer of cooperation.
that the CFDA is reviewing the offer. The BFC issued a statement to the paper saying, We have just received an official letter from the Camera Nazionale Della Moda Italiana following their board meeting earlier today. We will discuss this proposal directly with our counterparts at CNMI, CFDA and Federation Française de la Mode. Our priority is to find stability and an agreement to ensure the focus can be on our designers and their collections in time for fashion week in February.
Read the background on the show-date clash