Sayonara, Lincoln Center.
After serving as home base for New York Fashion Week over the past five years, the venue started its swan song on Thursday, when the collections kicked off their final performance on Manhattan's Upper West Side.
They did so in style. Elaborate beading and embellishment, metallics and '70s-inspired looks traipsed down the runways, in front of star-studded celebrity front rows. The shows were yet again accessorized with tech-infused collaborations, including the use of GoPros backstage and on the runways.
"We really wanted to give customers sort of three different points of view," said designer Rebecca Minkoff, who used the pint-size cameras to let fans experience the show from the front row, backstage and on stage with the band.
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—By CNBC's Krystina Gustafson
Posted 17 Feb. 2015