Models walk the runway at the Prabal Gurung Spring 2011 show. Photo: Getty

If you've got an American Express card in your wallet and will be in New York during Fashion Week, there are some stylish treats coming your way.

While last season cardholders got special access to the biggest fashion show in New York City history, this year they will also be invited to a historic event dubbed the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Cardmember Only Show.

For the first time ever, designers who either won or were finalists for the prestigious CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund awards over the past seven years will show their creations all together on one stage.

For $50 to $150 (depending on seat location), Amex cardholders will get to see 60 looks by designers like Jason Wu, Prabal Gurung, and Joseph Altuzarra, strut down the catwalk.

Super special front row dwellers will also be able to rub elbows with industry insiders during a post-show cocktail reception backstage and all of the items shown on the runway will be from current collections already in stores.

"The CFDA feels strongly that fashion shows for the public should connect the customer immediately to an item," says Steven Kolb, the Executive Diretor of the CFDA. "There is excitement to see a dress or blouse on the runway but the real excitement is in being able to purchase the same items immediately."

The big show, which will take place on February 10 at 8 p.m. at Lincoln Center, isn't the only exclusive event for Amex swipers. For $100 a pop, cardholders can get tickets for shows held at the sleek and chic MAC & Milk studios, meet the designers backstage and get treated to a styling session.

As of press time, tickets for Wayne, Ohne Titel, Rad Hourani, Katie Gallagher and a few others were still available.

Other perks of the packages (which you can see in full here) include a beauty session with a MAC makeup artist, hair appointment at Pipino Salon and invites to private after parties and fashionable dinners.

Can fashion show ticket scalpers be far behind?

In related news: check out the runway spectacular that was Fashion's Night Out: The Show.