Justin Timberlake to Show at Bryant Park This Fashion Week

01/08/2009 at 12:24 PM ET

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The tents at Bryant Park may be losing superstar designers like Vera Wang and Monique Lhuillier to other venues this season, but Justin Timberlake is bringing sexy right back into the famed fashion venue. According to WWD, the star designer’s William Rast line will be making its Bryant Park debut on February 16. This show follows his acclaimed runway presentation, along with design partner Trace Ayala, at Roseland Ballroom last September. And of course, we’ll be bringing you the full scoop on the William Rast show and so many more when Fashion Week begins on February 13.

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Karena Khajik on

Is there any way we can get tickets to the JT show in Bryant park? Would love to know. Thx.

Jon on

That’s nice.

Esther on

How do we get tickets to the Show in Feb???

Dani on

Well, since they lost most of the real designers, I guess they have to help fill up to slots with this.

kanny on

i love justine. pray he has a terrific show. go justine!

Kati on

Oh I’m sooo excited!

Chalice on

Yeah i, too, was wondering if there is a way to get tickets to this.
Please post if you know :D

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