Starting this week in New York, the fashion industry begins its four-city marathon known as Fashion Month. Sure, nobody is curing cancer, but the designers, editors, models, photographers, interns, etc. work much harder and withstand more pressure than the outside world is willing or able to acknowledge.
1. There is a very fine line between street style, and looking like lady Gaga
No disrespect to lady Gaga
2. Models work harder than you think.
During Fashion Month models rehearse everyday towards the event, get to walk in every clothes given to them by designers(comfortable or not comfortable)
3. Publicists are people, too.
Try swearing off sleep for weeks and then keeping your patience when an another anonymous fashion student throws a fit about being in Standing.
4. The general public cannot just "get tickets" to a fashion show.
Tickets are sold to only specific people, usually people with rich background or reputation within the fashion industry and reputable Actors and Artists. The event is not for anyone
5. Wearing sunglasses at a show is only acceptable for a very select few.
It depends on which row of line your seating at, usually people of the fifth row are not permitted to wear glasses.
6. Assistants make the world go round.
Making sure the event runs according to schedule, ramp is clear, models are prepared to walk, planning after party and usually are the last ones to leave at the event.
7. Not all bloggers are "peacocks."
Selected reputable bloggers are invited and usually most of them are called even though their fashion critics
8. You may think fashion is silly, but there's no escaping it unless you take a cue from Adam and Eve and forgo clothing forever.
fashion week is all about updated trends in the fashion industry and usually this days reputable people let designers to select outfits for them
9. A 5-minute runway production makes it look effortless.
Because really, months of blood, sweat and tears went into making the event possible
10. Fashion is a business. Period.
For many is simply work, is not a carnival professionalism is expected all the time.
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