Chicago corsets wholesale designer and her dress to make NY Fashion Week debut

When red dresses from Oscar corsets wholesale de la Renta, Donna Karan and Badgley Mischka parade down a New York runway Thursday at the start of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, they will be joined by a gown stitched together on the 11th floor of Macy's State Street.
Agnes Hamerlik, an emerging designer in the fashion long gown dress incubator housed in Macy's Chicago flagship, has been selected to send a dress down the runway for the Red Dress Collection, a show put on by Macy's and the American Heart Association to raise awareness of heart disease.
Though it is Macy's second year presenting the show, it is the first time a designer from the Chicago incubator has sent a creation down the runway during New York's fashion week, the nation's foremost fashion event.
One designer from each of qwqfdvdsadf Macy's other two fashion incubators, in San Francisco and Philadelphia, also will have dresses in the show — selected, as was Hamerlik, by the potential of their designs to hold their own among more than a dozen big names.
Opened in 2008, the nonprofit Chicago incubator accommodates six emerging designers at a time. It offers workspace as well as workshops that focus on the business of running a fashion brand, from marketing to time management, taught by boutique owners, Macy's buyers and other fashion professionals. The designers pay $400 a month rent.
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For Hamerlik, whose two-year stay at the incubator ends in March, the opportunity to expose her brand to fashion's elite can feel overwhelming.
«Being in the incubator, I received needed confirmation that this is what I'm supposed to be doing, and now making this step forward, being part of such an event, being selected from phenomenal designers, I cannot even express…This is so personal,» she said. «Because this is what I do, this is what I love to do.»
At a cluttered cutting table at the incubator one recent morning, Hamerlik, a native of Poland, leaned over the crimson gown that won her a spot on the New York runway. The long-sleeved gown, made of silk organza, gazar, silk charmeuse and lace flowers hand-painted with botanical extract, took seven yards of fabric to make, with four layers giving the skirt its dramatic volume.

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