Last night in New York City at the Armani One Night Only event, famous folks gathered and wore a lot of black. A whole lot of black.
It's the end of an era: After being with the show since 2003, and working for 18 seasons, Noted Fashion Photographer Nigel Barker, runway expert J. Alexander and creative director Jay Manuel have been let go from America's Next Top Model.
Have you heard that people writing about clothing on the Internet is kind of a big thing right now? Women's Wear Daily jumped on the hottest trend from 2007 and ran a story about fashion bloggers, and how they make money. (One-word answer: Shilling.)
During Fashion Week, we've been milling around the tents, going to off-site shows, Fashion's Night Out events and sneaking backstage to find out how much people—designers, stylists, editors, celebrities, Real Housewives—pay for their shoes.
We've all been that person stuck sitting behind someone in a hat. It's always awkward. Do I shoulder-tap the person and ask them to take it off? Is that rude? Is it rude to be wearing a hat?