what’s a Kar-dakh-ian?

When New York goes out, it goes ALL OUT. Hence, Fashion’s Night Out was a lively affair! The streets of Soho were so packed with people in stilettos last night, I felt even more miniature than usual. I was so surprised to learn that this was only the 3rd year of this event as it seems like ‘the scene’ for anyone remotely interested in fashion to mingle and be seen. For one night, all the clothing stores and boutiques in New York City stay open until 11p with fun events and performances going on throughout the night (plus free booze and food… if you get there early). FNO has also spread all over the country to over 250 cities, which just means fun for everyone!

The night began when I met up with my friends Anne Larimer and Beca at the MAC store to get prettied up before we hit up all the designer stores. Little did I expect my eardrums to be busted from the shrieking screams of hundreds of people when the Kardashians arrived at their nearby store DASH. complete and utter mayhem as I stood outside the MAC store and waited for someone to hand me a glass of champagne 🙂 life in the city is rough yo.

Afterwards, we headed to Marc Jacobs (one of my favorite designers), proceeded to see the most wonderful $12,000 coat made out of bunnies (which I will conveniently block out of my mind. It was SO soft!) as well as Dakota Fanning. I was more interested in the coat. Then we just walked around stopping by several other stores before ending at Diane von Furstenberg (another favorite!) and Betsey Johnson. It’s just so nice to feel completely indulgent every now and then.

trying on shades at Ralph Lauren

By the end, I was completely girl-ied out. The damage: $0. The experience: fashion euphoria.

Fashion’s Night Out
http://fashionsnightout.com
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One thought on “what’s a Kar-dakh-ian?

  1. Cute! I just went through the Marc Jacobs store in Chicago a couple weeks ago too. There’s something about being able to just touch the pretty fabrics.. Even if you don’t bring them home with you! 🙂

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