Fashion’s Night Out Had A Mass Following

Did you hear? Did you Tweet? Did you see?

Last night was the world-wide celebration of fashion known as Fashion’s Night Out. New York City is where the main event took place, but many other cities joined in, including Los Angeles, and a few cities in Europe. On the good ole’ island of Manhattan, and a few surrounding areas, fashion ran the street and the stores. Celebrity sightings were easier to come by than sprinkles on a sundae. Fashion designers stood post at their stores, and even their department store shops. Tommy Hilfiger was quoted saying, “Macy’s is my department store home. My Fifth Avenue store is my real home,” while making his way from Macy’s to his Fifth Avenue flagship store.

Streets were blockaded by the New York Police Department due to the overflow of fans in shops involved in Fashion’s Night Out. One of which was Kourtney, Kim, and Khloe’s store Dash. Another security issue that arose due to the overflow of fans and screaming glee-groupies was in Saks Fifth Avenue. Saks security had to block off the entrance denying the Gleeks of their much anticipated meet and great with members of the Glee cast, (cough, cough) Lea Michelle.

As it is clear this event was huge in not just fashion, but the entertainment industry as a whole. Diane Von Furstenberg spoke of the event in high regard – as she should being the CFDA president – saying, “Fashion’s Night Out exists as a day now, just like Mother’s Day or Valentine’s Day.”  Celebrity stylist, and celebrity herself, Rachael Zoe was (of course) tweeting every time she moved. And go figure, Justin Beiber was there too! Justin was spotted in D&G talking about his interest in fashion and possibly his own fashion line. Maybe girlfriend Selena Gomez could help him out with that. Did you attend FNO? Are you already in anticipation for next year’s FNO? Let us know…


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