We can't believe Fashion's Night Out (and, thus, fashion week) is only a week away. As anyone who has ever been to a Fashion's Night Out is probably aware, they pack enough events to fill an entire week into just a few hours, so pre-FNO planning is key. While Vogue's interactive map is quite handy, that is still a lot of stores to go through. So, we're preparing a few of our own Fashion's Night Out guides. This one is for those of you who just want to see some famous people. We don't blame you! Fashion's Night Out offers rare opportunities to get up close and personal with real Hollywood stars. Maybe Tilda Swinton and Ne-Yo will become friends or Daniel Radcliffe will get wasted or Alexa Chung will debut a new haircut or Seth Meyers will screw up your drink or the Real Housewives of New York will be insane (that last one is the most likely)! Here's our guide to where all your favorite celebs will be.
Red carpet regulars Olivia Palermo, Scarlett Johansson, Hayden Panettiere and Michelle Trachtenberg have all teamed up with Stuart Weitzman to try their hand at shoe design. According to the release, proceeds from what Weitzman has dubbed the "Young Hollywood Cares Collection," will benefit Marsha Moses’ research in ovarian cancer at the Folkman Institute in Boston. They range in price from $425 to $498 and will be available online and in Stuart Weitzman boutiques come September. Panettiere and Trachtenberg (who co-starred in Ice Princess!) will be at Stuart Weitzman's Madison Avenue flagship on Fashion's Night Out to celebrate the collection's unveiling. So could a footwear design career be in any of these girls' futures? Well, Olivia Palermo, the only one who isn't a Hollywood actress, designed the only shoe without a platform and the only one we really like (Trachtenberg's is made out of denim, crystals and snakeskin). Which is your favorite? Click through to see all four.