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Topic - Zach Eichman
The producers of New York's Fashion Week have canceled a show scheduled for next week by the daughter of the president of Uzbekistan amid pressure from a human rights group and a planned protest over the use of child labor in her country.
A touch of nerves over a terrorist alert permeated Day 2 of Fashion Week as the industry ran to and fro Friday through stepped-up security on road and rail.
"As a result of various concerns raised we have canceled the Guli show on September 15th," IMG spokesman Zach Eichman said in an email Friday.
"We're taking the threat seriously and are in constant contact with city and police officials," said Zach Eichman, a spokesman for IMG, which runs the eight-day series of spring previews at Lincoln Center.