Check out the great press coverage at FFANY! CBS 2 NY Evening News recently featured the August 4-6 edition of the New York Shoe Show - "Preview Of Summer 2016's Hottest Trends?".
Book your hotel accommodation for the December 2-4, 2015 show, exclusively through FFANY. Several conveniently located hotels, including the NY Hilton Midtown, are available at lower than the current published rates. Limited quantity available - book here today.
SAVE THE DATE - The 22nd annual QVC Presents "FFANY Shoes On Sale" gala and charitable shoe sale to benefit breast cancer research, education and awareness will be held on October 19, 2015 at the fabulous Waldorf Astoria. Also, tune into QVC on October 22 from 6-9 pm ET and shop to raise funds for a cure. To date, over 1 million pairs of shoes have been sold and FFCF (The Fashion Footwear Charitable Foundation of NY) has donated almost $48 million to distinguished medical institutions. View gala photo highlights. #SHOES4ACURE
Be sure to use hashtag #ffanyshoeshow for your social media posts on Instagram & Twitter promoting your collections shown at the New York Shoe Show. Collectively, the recent August show outreach created over 2 MILLION impressions based on followers bases!
Introducing the new FFaNY365 Visual Directory. A new interactive and visual experience for buyers to discover brands at the New York Shoe Show enabling them to make appointments, request line sheets and shop featured brands online. Visit FFANY365.com.
Download the FFANY show directory on an iPad or Iphone today! Utilize the FFANY App to view current and previous show directories, available free at the App store, simply search keyword FFANY. Locate exhibitor brands, websites, and contact information. View download instructions here.
FFANY & Ars Sutoria School in Milan, Italy proudly announce the winner of the Joseph C. Moore Footwear Scholarship to Hideki Sato, a graduating senior at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT). 2nd place was awarded to Blair Moore from Parsons, and a 3rd place tie was awarded to Emmanuel Nunez from Parsons and Denise Lee from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). The winning scholarship includes a 13-week shoe patternmaking and prototyping course, accommodation and airfare – valued at $17,500. All 4 top finalists will receive the Ars Sutoria E-Learning course, an online program which focuses on shoemaking and technical aspects. View Press Release.
ARS SUTORIA - ELEARNING: Footwear professionals all over the world have relied on Ars Sutoria for advanced training in the art of shoe making - this exceptional training is now accessible to everyone online. The program includes Shoe Categories, Life of a Shoe and Materials. Empower your staff in their careers or take the course individually to enhance your knowledge of the shoe business. For more info, visit elearning.arssutoria.com or contact Marie Mamone at email@example.com.