NYFW- Saturday, September 11, 2010


On Saturday afternoon, we headed over to Lincoln Center where the fashion shows were held this year. Without any coveted tickets, front row seats, or even a behind-the-scenes pass, I stood outside the Mercedes Benz tent and happily snapped photos with my little, pink Sony camera. Granted, a lot of the shots are drive-bys, or walk-bys rather, bt I definitely got an eyeful of fashion. The runway I witnessed, from the street to the tent, was fabulous blogging fodder in my opinion. I was able to snap a photo of Andrew Mukamal from Bravo’s hit show Kell On Earth; which every fashionista knows is a reality based show based on the fashion PR maven, Kelly Cutrone’s agency People’s Revolution. I read her book, If You Have to Cry Go Outside, and Other Things Your Mother Never Told You, on the plane ride home from New York, a good read, that I recommend for those looking to get into fashion PR. I also thought I saw a girl that very much resembled M.I.A., but I’m sure if it were really her she would have had a much larger entourage with her and made more of a noise with all the “real” photographers. I also think I caught, from a distance, Jessica from the blog, What I Wore, can’t be sure though…
All photographs below were taken by Glorianna G. Schinagl, and not meant to be copied or distributed, all rights reserved.

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2 Responses to “NYFW- Saturday, September 11, 2010”

  1. Tess Says:

    Looks like you had a blast!! Great posts on Fashion Week!

  2. Naomi Says:

    fab pics! great style.

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