The Very Special Section C at Sass & BideSass & Bide seated The Cut in Section C, Row 3 for their 7 p.m. show in the tents. Which really shouldn’t matter much to you, but we make note of it because every seat in the first three rows of Section C were reserved for the show’s sponsor: Make Me a Supermodel. That’s a total of 48 seats. For Make Me a Supermodel.
Nicky Hilton’s Muse Is Her Jewelry BoxComparatively quiet socialite Nicky Hilton debuted her Nicholai line last night, and New York was there to catch the magic both on the runway and behind the scenes. Nicky’s big sis Paris wasn’t present (was getting mocked by Sarah Silverman at the VMAs really that preferable?), but her proud parents were right by her side — mom Kathy was quite literally “speechless” at her daughter’s accomplishment. As for the collection itself, Nicky drew her inspiration from bling. See for yourself how it all played out.
new york fugging city
Celeb Designers Fug Up Fashion WeekSure, we enjoy the exotic frocks that cost more than our cars, but we really cherish the crazy stuff sent down the catwalk by delusional celebrities convinced they can be the next Derek Lam.
show & tell
Fashion Week’s Exit ReturnsTuesday was Primary Day, and New Yorkers went to the polls to pick their favorite Democrats. At Bryant Park, capital of the Republic of Fashion, we asked some citizens if they’d chosen a candidate that day.
Paris Takes Notes for UsImagine our slack-jawed surprise to see Paris taking notes from the front row at Max Azria (it WRITES!) while Nicky sat sour-faced and bored. What gives, heiresses? We turned to each other in queasy dread: Would we have to reassess? Would our world plop off its axis and into a sea of shame?