Sure, New York Fashion revolves around Lincoln Center, and just about anyone who’s involved in the industry has seen a show at Milk Studios. But what about the dozens of shows that take place off-site, at unexpected and oftentimes even bizarre venues across the city? From a runway show that took place in an abandoned parking garage to a presentation where models perched on pillars in a body of water, we've seen designers use creative venues to display their work. For editors, stylists and buyers who've seen countless white-boxed runways- chances are, these are the types of experiences that stand out. And Jennifer Blumin of Skylight Group is the one to thank for it all. We had a chance to grill Blumin on just how she gets inspired to convert a postal dock into a fashion venue, and got the low down on the hottest shows to look forward to this season.