IfOnly Announced once-in-a-lifetime experiences with Oscar de la Renta and Prabal Gurung at New York Fashion Week 2014.
For fashion enthusiasts who are prepping their New York Fashion Week schedule, these must-have experiences should be at the top of the list, says IfOnly, an experiential marketplace that helps raise money for not-for-profit organizations. IfOnly announced it offers once-in-a-lifetime experiences with Oscar de la Renta and Prabal Gurung during the highly sought after New York Fashion Week 2014. A portion of the proceeds will go to their selected charitable organizations of choice. Each experience package will be for two guests. Fashion enthusiasts will get an unprecedented behind-the-scenes experience before, during, and after the Fashion Shows at New York Fashion Week.
The Oscar de la Renta experience package includes two premium tickets to his upcoming Spring/Summer 2015 runway show as well as backstage access. Fans will feel the pre-show energy as they watch the models prep to walk the runway. After the show, the two guests will get to meet Oscar, where they will have the opportunity to take a photo and chat with the legendary designer. Proceeds from this experience benefit New Yorkers For Children (NYFC), as well as other programs that focus on the individual needs of young people in foster care.
The Prabal Gurung offer gives guests insider access to the designer. It includes a private visit to his showroom, a preview of his upcoming Spring/Summer 2015 collection before it debuts on the runway, and an exclusive meeting with the designer himself. On the day of the show, guests will not only enjoy premier seating, but they will have access to the dress rehearsal and be able to go backstage to see the action behind-the-scenes and take a photo with Prabal. Afterwards, they’ll mingle with celebrities and the fashion elite with tickets to Prabal’s exclusive after-party. Proceeds from this experience will be donated to the Shikshya Foundation Nepal, an organization dedicated to providing the best possible education to underprivileged children in Nepal.