Following the end of Lincoln Center’s reign over hosting New York Fashion Week, it’s been confirmed that the biannual fashion extravaganza will be moved to not one, but two new locations. In a multi-season deal, fashion editors, celebrities, and designers will have to get to know Midtown West and Tribeca a little better, because they’ll have to frequent Moynihan Station and Skylight Clarkson Square. Both spots are run by Skylight Group and were chosen by IMG, along with New York City mayor, Bill de Blasio. Lincoln Center was slated to house Fashion Week until 2020, however, park advocates filed a suit against the event for encroaching on a small park nearby. How the event will grow into its new home we’ll have to wait until September to see, as there will definitely be some getting used to with two different locations instead of one. IMG did mention in a release that “NYFW will also include a more carefully curated designer schedule that will be complemented by strategic partner alliances,” possibly suggesting that some brands may be omitted from the schedule and that transportation will be provided.