Posts tagged ‘New York’

Women: Inspiration & Enterprise symposium

Business Management Systems Women: Inspiration & Enterprise symposium … our client, Donna Karan along side Arianna Huffington and Sarah Brown will host the first annual WIE Symposium on September 20th, 2010. Speakers addressing childbirth deaths & female technology entrepreneurs, a Fashion Show by Donna Karan, and a concert by Estelle will all be included in this one day event. Read more


August 16, 2010 at 3:15 pm Leave a comment

Curve Expo, New York, NY – only for a limited time

Curve Expo, New York, NY – Have you been to the Jacob Javits center yet? If not, you should visit this years Women’s Lingerie, Swimwear, and Men’s Elegance exhibits. Wacoal, our client DonnaKaran, and Krisline are a few among many other brands being featured at this year’s expo. If you register now, you may have time to view these selections before the expo ends Wednesday evening, August 3rd:

August 2, 2010 at 7:19 pm Leave a comment

“Sparkle in the Sun” jewelry event by our client Elie Tahari

Help yourself to getting to know our client Elie Tahari and his upcoming “Sparkle in the Sun” event in East Hampton, NY by reading about him in the July 4th Issue of Hampton Magazine. 

Tahari, in partnership with the CFDA designers, is showcasing this summers’ sale of jewelry from up-and-coming designers that rotates every three weeks.

July 8, 2010 at 6:57 pm Leave a comment

Keep An Eye on The Sartorialist for Spring Fashion!

It’s been miserable for the past several days here in NYC (rain, wind, flooding, downed trees & power lines…) but don’t forget that warm, sunny weather is (hopefully!) right around the corner!

Check out popular fashion blog The Sartorialist to stay abreast of the most up-to-the-moment street & runway fashion for men & women in all of the biggest fashion hubs in the world (New York, Paris, Milan).

March 15, 2010 at 9:14 pm Leave a comment

Business Management Systems: New Location in NYC!

You may have noticed that we’ve been absent from cyberspace for a while. We apologize for the unexplained hiatus, but we are pleased to announce that there have been some exciting changes happening here at Business Management Systems—most notably our new location in New York City!

Business Management Systems is now located at:

330 W. 38th Street
Suite 705
New York, New York 10018

Also please make note of our new phone number:
(212) 594-8770

We look forward to bringing you more news from our new location!

December 15, 2009 at 3:48 pm Leave a comment for All Things ‘Fashion Week’

Wish you had a front row seat at all of the exclusive Fashion Week events in Paris, Milan and New York City?

How about the next best thing? is your completely fabulous resource for all things Fashion Week! is home to an alphabetized database of links to all of the women’s Spring 2010 catwalks, from Agent Provacateur to Zac Posen.

See them all HERE, but make sure you’ve got plenty of time to linger, savor…and possibly drool.


October 6, 2009 at 8:40 pm Leave a comment

Project Runway ‘Movie Genre Challenge’: Science Fiction Double Feature – Last Week’s Almost-Loser Nicolas Putvinski is This Week’s Victor; Solid Competitor Ra’mon Coleman Goes Home in Shocker Ending

If you just started watching this season, you may not know that this is the New York-based series’ first season filming on the west coast–specifically in Los Angeles. So in a geographically appropriate turn, the challenge this week was to create a look and a story for a character in a given movie genre, ranging from ‘Film Noir’ to ‘Western’.

After almost going home last week, Nicolas Putvinksi (who designed for the genre ‘Science Fiction’) redeemed himself with a stunning, glistening ‘Ice Queen’–one of the three sister queens who reside on Orion’s Belt, trapped forever in a frozen crypt when her sisters discover her plans to take over the universe.

Nicolas Putvinski

Former contender Ra’mon Coleman (who also designed for the ‘Science Fiction’ genre) created a look for a reptilian alien princess, coming to Earth to indulge her insatiable hunger for men. Coleman created an avante garde, deconstructed,  high-necked dress after scrapping a green body suit two hours before the designers’ time was up. Although the judges found merit in Coleman’s back story and creativity in his design–and had admitedly been impressed by his work in previous challenges–they sent him home in favor of Louise Black, whose black 1920’s/1940’s fusion flapper dress they had called a “snoozefest”. Black’s work had never before been singled out on the show, neither in a positive light nor a negative one.

Ra'mon Coleman

Subplots included a labored ‘romance’ between Logan Neitzel and Carol Hannah Whitfield (she called him ‘hot’, he called her ‘fun to have around’). Also, Louise pricked her finger.

September 25, 2009 at 6:21 pm Leave a comment

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Business Management Systems (BMS) has been a leading provider of product lifecycle management software solutions to the apparel & textiles industry for 15 years, delivering VerTex Toolboxes--an easy-to-use modular system uniquely configured to meet every company's specific needs.

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