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In Photos: Fashion Week Fall 2010

During one the midweeks of February, depending in which of the handful of venues one views Fashion Week this season, designers from here and abroad showcase their designs for the Fall/Winter season of 2010.This season also marks the end of the shows produced in the Garment District's backyard, Bryant Park, before it relocates to Lincoln Center on Manhattan's upper west side. "This will be a significant season, as we reflect on 17 years, 31 seasons and close to 2,500 fashion shows in Bryant Park

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As designers from around the world showcase their best for the Fall/Winter season of 2010, it's the end of an era for Fashion Week. The shows will be moving from the Garment District's backyard, Bryant Park, to Lincoln Center on Manhattan's Upper West Side.

"This will be a significant season, as we reflect on 17 years, 31 seasons and close to 2,500 fashion shows in Bryant Park that have launched many careers....from designers to editors, models, producers, celebrities, TV commentators and reality shows. We all also look forward to the change — and September's move to Damrosch Park in Lincoln Center," said Fern Mallis, senior vice president of IMG Fashion, the event's producers.

There are many Fashion Week events scattered throughout event spaces, galleries and showrooms in New York City including the Meatpacking District's Milk studios.

Click ahead to catch a glimpse of the action.

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Photo: Oliver Quillia for CNBC.com