Fashion’s Night Out: The Show

Last night, I got a taste of what New York Fashion Week would be like if it was produced by Anna Wintour. Every show would begin on time. Only the best of the best designers would be invited to participate. And the music would be very, very good. That pretty much sums up Fashion's Night Out: The Show, which took place last night at the courtyard in Lincoln Center. Over a 1,000 looks--styled by Tabitha Simmons and Edward Enninful--stomped down a twisting runway that must have been a quarter of a mile long in total. Everyone--from Alex Wang to Balenciaga--was featured. Simmons and Enninful chose to style the models as they were originally styled, meaning Prada's girls got boufants, and Balenciaga's wore pastel eyebrows. It was unoriginal, but with so many looks, understandable. Pretty much every model working today walked, including favorites of mine like Dree Hemingway and Ashley Smith. Gisele even made an appearance near the end, shortly after NERD performed in the center of the venue. The paper program was masterful, save for a weirdly photo-shopped Lara Stone on the cover. (A friend said that her waist "looked tinier than Karly's--creepy.") Every single clothing credit was included, which is a two day-long job on its own. All in all, it was a successful event. Especially for those who hadn't seen these looks come down the runway last February.
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Last night, I got a taste of what New York Fashion Week would be like if it was produced by Anna Wintour. Every show would begin on time. Only the best of the best designers would be invited to participate. And the music would be very, very good. That pretty much sums up Fashion's Night Out: The Show, which took place last night at the courtyard in Lincoln Center. Over a 1,000 looks--styled by Tabitha Simmons and Edward Enninful--stomped down a twisting runway that must have been a quarter of a mile long in total. Everyone--from Alex Wang to Balenciaga--was featured. Simmons and Enninful chose to style the models as they were originally styled, meaning Prada's girls got boufants, and Balenciaga's wore pastel eyebrows. It was unoriginal, but with so many looks, understandable. Pretty much every model working today walked, including favorites of mine like Dree Hemingway and Ashley Smith. Gisele even made an appearance near the end, shortly after NERD performed in the center of the venue. The paper program was masterful, save for a weirdly photo-shopped Lara Stone on the cover. (A friend said that her waist "looked tinier than Karly's--creepy.") Every single clothing credit was included, which is a two day-long job on its own. All in all, it was a successful event. Especially for those who hadn't seen these looks come down the runway last February.
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Last night, I got a taste of what New York Fashion Week would be like if it was produced by Anna Wintour. Every show would begin on time. Only the best of the best designers would be invited to participate. And the music would be very, very good.

That pretty much sums up Fashion's Night Out: The Show, which took place last night at the courtyard in Lincoln Center. Over a 1,000 looks--styled by Tabitha Simmons and Edward Enninful--stomped down a twisting runway that must have been a quarter of a mile long in total. Everyone--from Alex Wang to Balenciaga--was featured. Simmons and Enninful chose to style the models as they were originally styled, meaning Prada's girls got boufants, and Balenciaga's wore pastel eyebrows. It was unoriginal, but with so many looks, understandable. Pretty much every model working today walked, including favorites of mine like Dree Hemingway and Ashley Smith. Gisele even made an appearance near the end, shortly after NERD performed in the center of the venue.

The paper program was masterful, save for a weirdly photo-shopped Lara Stone on the cover. (A friend said that her waist "looked tinier than Karly's--creepy.") Every single clothing credit was included, which is a two day-long job on its own.

All in all, it was a successful event. Especially for those who hadn't seen these looks come down the runway last February. I think the most impressive part was that there were only two rows of seats--very similar to the way Prada was laid out for the Fall shows--which meant everyone got their money's worth.

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