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Fashion Week Round-Up: Voices and Photos

Thursday, September 16, 2010

As New York's fall Fashion Week draws to a close, we asked fashionistas and hangers-on some simple questions: Why are you here, what do you think of Fashion Week, how does it compare to last year's event. Hear some of the voices we gathered, along with a slideshow from in and around the newly renovated Lincoln Center below.

Tourists, fashionistas and curious passers-by waited to see who would come in and out of Fashion Week.
Julia Furlan

Tourists, fashionistas and curious passers-by waited to see who would come in and out of Fashion Week.

A woman bends down to greet an equally platinum dog outside Lincoln Center.
Julia Furlan

A blonde woman bends down to greet an equally platinum dog outside Lincoln Center.

Children played near the Lincoln Center fountain, unworried by the fashion.
Julia Furlan

Children played near the Lincoln Center fountain, unworried by the fashion.

Even the dogs, like Cinnamon, were decked out to go to Fashion Week.
Julia Furlan

Even the dogs, like Cinnamon, were decked out to go to Fashion Week.

Security was reminiscent of the airport to get into the shows. Checkpoints, security guards and a lot of questions were the norm.
Julia Furlan

Security was reminiscent of the airport to get into the shows. Checkpoints, security guards and a lot of questions were the norm.

...but the fashion was contagious.
Julia Furlan

...but the fashion was contagious.

The Ports 1961 show.
Julia Furlan

The Ports 1961 show.

Julia Furlan
After a quick round of applause, the show was over in less than fifteen minutes.
Julia Furlan

After a quick round of applause, the show was over in less than fifteen minutes.

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