New York’s fashion industry, which leans heavily in support of Democrats, has railed against Trump’s racist and anti-immigrant rhetoric. Rumors have circulated for months that some of New York Fashion Week’s shows would be moving to Hudson Yards, but Ross’s fundraiser has drawn intense scrutiny from designers.

His connection to fashion isn’t just through his real-estate dealings. His wife, Kara, a jewelry designer holds a seat on the board of US fashion’s governing body, the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA). Not all CFDA members have been pleased, including Dana Lorenz, founder of Fallon Jewelry, who canceled her CFDA membership after the fundraiser over Kara Ross’s position on the board. “I do not feel her views speak for me as a member and I will not allow her to make decisions on my behalf,” Lorenz wrote in a letter posted to Instagram.

As for the future of fashion shows at Hudson Yards, the events and talent management company IMG is the owner and producer of New York Fashion Week: The Shows, which acts as the anchor for the event. The company has previously said (paywall) it will again host the shows at Spring Studios this February. It declined to say whether it had any plans to move future shows to The Shed.

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