Fashion Week

September 15th, 2009 Posted in Uncategorized

I was at the NPR studio recording a commentary and right across the street, in Bryant Park, is fashion week! (Month?) Kept my eye out for my hero, Tim Gunn, but no sightings. A lot of other people were outside, hoping for a good sighting.

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This is where I fall down the worst, fashion-wise. Shoes. I just wear sneakers.

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Pretty people!

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A pretty person without an invitation inside, apparently!

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She is making her case I think.  He’s probably saying, “Look, I’d love to let you in …”  Actually, I have no idea what’s going on here.

It was fun.  Then I learned there was a special entrance for famous people so I never had a Tim-Gunn-Sighting chance, alas.

Choir resumes tonight!!

YAY!!

I just realized I’m hungry.

Okay,

have

to

fill

up

this

empty

space

and

go

eat!

I’m

very

happy

about

my

upcoming commentary, though!

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  1. 3 Responses to “Fashion Week”

  2. By Karen (the one in North Carolina) on Sep 15, 2009

    Oh, god, I am going to open my mouth and brand myself for the provencial boobsie that I am, but, Stacy, all of them are the most gawdawful ugly looking shoes . . . well except for the white slides with the little wedge.

    I guess that’s why I need to stay in NC because I just don’t get the point of having icky looking shoes.

  3. By Greig on Sep 16, 2009

    I thought the shoes in the second picture were from a below-the-waist shot of the two guys in the first picture which would have made for a very bold fashion statement.

  4. By Stacy Horn on Sep 16, 2009

    Ha!

    Karen, they occasionally allow people with poor shoe taste to stay. Me, for instance. Except I loved the shoes on the girl wearing the black anklets. I can’t wear heels (bad feet, alas) but I like how those look. But I really do need to get a new pair of sneakers or something. The ones I’m wearing now have holes in them.

    Also, it isn’t even so much whether I like things or not, I just love the variety, and the outrageousness. I guess the whole show of fashion. It’s so entertaining. It’s like, New York is a runway for these people and we get to watch.

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