Something you might notice at a Fashion Week show is that a lot of people aren't really there for the clothes. And not only that, a lot of those people don't even pretend to pay attention to the clothes - if they're not whispering with their friends, or scrolling through their Blackberry, you can often see them just staring out at nothing or checking out who's in the crowd. (And the famous, and even the semi-famous, often arrive for just the photo op before taking their place in the front row.) But such was not the case at ThreeAsFour last night, where the audience hushed the minute the lights dimmed, and then later broke into random applause and whistles at the site of three of the looks: The sparkly, hooded silver coat; the flowing, cross-strapped silver dress; and the sheer, dark green ruffly gown that closed the show. The mood was unsettling (the music was some kind of remix of Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata and a Western-sounding track, making for an eerie effect,) and the models stepped carefully as if on their way to a place unknown. The show was sent off with the first genuine applause we've heard this Fashion Week.