The irony is that Saturday is usually the slow night. It's the time you see Pan's Labyrinth with your friends; when you eat too much pizza with a crush on the couch; when you fall asleep at 9 pm and don't care. On the Saturday of Fashion Week, though, you cared. You cared a lot if you were at Hiro for the Rock & Republic After Party, where Lady Sovereign held up a plastic cup and giggled, "I've got a new cocktail; it's called Mountain Dew and Rum." Then she hurled it into the audience. If you were at MisShapes, you cared about your hair, your eyeliner, and your fashion posse: top models Agyness Dean and Ikeleine Stange, designer Alexander Herchkovitch, petite socialite Isabelle McNally, and a horde of other kids in Jeremy Scott everything. You cared if you were grooving with Charlotte, Samantha, and Marc Ronson at Marquee; if you were having an Edie moment with Sue Stemp at the Tribeca Grand; if you were "hiding" like Kirsten Dunst at Beatrice; if you were dancing with Ruffian and the Olsen Twins at 205. And you cared if you were at Lily Donaldson's birthday party at the Gramercy - though you probably cared more if you were stuck outside waiting in the cold. Below, our favorite things to care about on a Fashion Week Saturday Night...
Agyness Dean and Greg Krelenstein in the DJ booth at MisShapes. They were playing London Calling, though technically, Agyness is from Manchester.
Lady Sovereign spits rhymes and expletives at Rock & Republic's after party. Combined with their show, the denim label's day cost a reported $2 million.
Photographer Nicholas Routzen and designer Brian Wolk of Ruffian are just tall enough to hide Mary Kate and Ashley behind them at 205.
Jessica Stam hibernates at The Box.
Annabelle Dexter Jones, Charlotte Ronson muse and future marquee idol, at Marquee.