The Complete N.Y. Fashion Week Pronunciation Guide

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The rain in Spain falls mainly in the Alon Livne.

If we started a fashion company, do you know what we’d name it? Bob. And that is why The New York Observer will never be a fashion powerhouse. But it would be easy to pronounce, not like most of these other names. As it is, the least we can do is offer you a pronunciation guide to every designer currently showing at Fashion Week at Lincoln Center.

(Insofar as it was possible, we tried to find these designers pronouncing their own names. Sometimes, that was not possible. Accordingly, as for the one you have identified that is wildly wrong, well, we did that on purpose.)

Max Azria

Raoul

Richard Chai

Creatures of the Wind

Jay Godfrey

Tadashi Shoji

Desigual

Tome

Marissa Webb

Todd Snyder

Go Red For Women

Mark And Estel

Zimmermann

Rebecca Vallance

Pedro Del Hierro Madrid

Hernan Lander

Trina Turk

Nautica

Rebecca Minkoff

Lee Jean Youn

Hache

Nicole Miller

Charlotte Ronson

Academy of Art

Emerson By Jackie Fraser Swann

Ruffian

Lacoste

Diego Binetti

Jill Stuart

Son Jung Wan

Koonhor

Herve Leger

Mara Hoffmann

Ivan Aguilar

Monique Lhuillier

Asia Fashion Collection

Venexiana

Lela Rose

David Tlale

DKNY

Czar by Cesar Galindo

Katya Zol

Custo Barcelona

Parkchoonmoo

Diane von Furstenberg

Brian Lichtenberg

Vivienne Tam

Georgine

Meskita

Mathieu Mirano

Nicholas K

Ricardo Seco

Noon by Noor

Tommy Hilfiger

Angel Sanchez

Dennis Basso

Alon Livne

Milly by Michelle Smith

Katya Leonovich

Carolina Herrera

Reem Acra

Zac Posen

Donna Karan

Tory Burch

J. Crew

Badgley Mischka

Dubai Design

Jenny Packham

Diesel Black Gold

Libertine

Naeem Khan

Concept Korea

MM6 Maison Martin Margiela

Pamella Roland

Skingraft

Wendy Nichol

The Art Institutes

Bibhu Mohapatra

Michael Kors

Lie Sang Bong

KaufmanFranco

Betsey Johnson

Clover Canyon

Cute Circuit

Anna Sui

Zang Toi

Ralph Lauren

Rachel Zoe

J. Mendel

Calvin Klein