Watch: This Amazing Video of Video of Fashion Peeps Dancing Is Your Reward for Finishing the Week

Congratulations, you made it through Fashion Week! And as a treat for making it through all those shows, industry parties and celebrity sightings, some lovely person by the name of David Sherwin has created this amazing video of NYFW-attendees dancing to the tune of Pitbull's "I Know You Want Me." If that doesn't sound like the awesome-est thing already, get psyched for seeing some of our favorite industry adorables, like Susie Lau of Style Bubble and Phil Oh of Streetpeeper shake their groove thing. It's truly the antidote to any post-Fashion-Week blues--and it's a visual refute to the accusation that the Fashion Week takes themselves too seriously.
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Congratulations, you made it through Fashion Week! And as a treat for making it through all those shows, industry parties and celebrity sightings, some lovely person by the name of David Sherwin has created this amazing video of NYFW-attendees dancing to the tune of Pitbull's "I Know You Want Me." If that doesn't sound like the awesome-est thing already, get psyched for seeing some of our favorite industry adorables, like Susie Lau of Style Bubble and Phil Oh of Streetpeeper shake their groove thing. It's truly the antidote to any post-Fashion-Week blues--and it's a visual refute to the accusation that the Fashion Week takes themselves too seriously.

Congratulations, you made it through Fashion Week! And as a treat for making it through all those shows, industry parties and celebrity sightings, David Sherwin has created this amazing video (which we saw on Racked) of NYFW-attendees dancing to Pitbull's "I Know You Want Me" (a la Lanvin).

If that doesn't sound like the awesome-est thing already, get psyched for seeing some of our favorite industry adorables, like Susie Lau of Style Bubble and Phil Oh of Street Peeper shake their groove thangs. It's truly the antidote to any post-Fashion-Week blues/utter fatigue--and it's a visual refute to the accusation that the fashion industry takes themselves too seriously. We dare you to watch it and not crack a smile.