Fashion's Night Out, NYC

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The second year of Fashion's Night Out and, just as expected, stores and sidewalks everywhere were jam packed with party people and fashionistas. I set my sights downtown with my good friends Glenn Belverio and Danielle Saxe to do a little shopping, enjoy a few drinks and, of course, snap photos of the scene.

Glenn looking dapper on Danielle's patio before heading out on the town.

Danielle giving her lips a little gloss.

On Houston in SoHo.

 Corner of Prince Street and Mercer.

At Burberry: How amazing is she?

Love his hair.

The window at Agent Provocateur (yes, the girl is real).

At Longchamp: The grand staircase leading up to the store.

A little chardonnay, shopping....what's not to love about Fashion's Night Out?

I don't remember what store I took this picture in, but how cute are these ladies?

People waiting in line to get into the Chanel store on Spring Street.
 

Soho was becoming more of a mob scene, so we headed toward the Meatpacking District. First stop, Christian Louboutin, where we were greeted by performers on stilts (the theme for the stores event: Le Carrosse Noir).
 
At Theory.

The one-and-only Kelly Cutrone (left) interviewing Glenn at the opening party for the new Maison Bellaish boutique on Little W. 12th Street.

Guests

In front of Vince on Washington Street.

This girl looked fabulous. I'm in love with her dress.

I thought his hair was cool so I took a photo. We started talking and I asked him what his name was. He said David Kim, crack head. I asked if that's how he wanted me to credit him on my blog and he said yes. So, this is David Kim, self-proclaimed crack head.

It's always fun to randomly run into celebs on the street (last year it was famed photographer Terry Richardson, who took a picture with me). Here, Kimora Lee.

 On the phone, mobbed by fans and yet she still flashes a perfect smile for the camera. Gotta love this girl.

Good Night: My good friend, stylist Robyn Fernandes, who caught up with us at the end of the evening and got us a killer table for a nightcap at Pastis. (Thanks, Roby!)

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