The Garment Wear Arcade is a building built in 1927 that still holds garment factories and fashion houses today.
Along 7th Avenue (or Fashion Avenue) and 35th and 40th Street, one can walk along the Fashion Hall of Fame and see plaques of American designers who have made their mark in the fashion industry
The Garment Worker statue represents the immigrants who worked in the Garment District in the late 19th century and early-mid 20th century, playing a crucial role in making New York City the fashion destination capital and destination it is today.
This is the location of the notorious garment factory fire in Greenwich Village in 1911.
Following the Footsteps of the Garment District The history of the Garment District is full of culture and has as many highs as it has lows as one follows its history. In the heart of one of the fashion capitals of the world, the Garment District has mimicked the trends of fashion business throughout every …
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