Fashion Week Follies That Weren’t

February 13, 2012 § Leave a comment

Marc Jacobs Sample Room

Due to time spent trying to launch my own business this Spring and to an unexpected NYC real estate debacle, I’ve missed the majority of the shows that I’ve been invited to this Fashion Week. I’m sad not to have experienced the magic of new fabrics, colors and industry chatter in person, but I’ve been keeping up online and through friends’ reports.

Through Truth Plus and through beginning to work on the manufacturing end of the world, I’ve learned that the above image is far more meaningful and important to Fashion Week than those taken of street style bloggers and editors. Marc Jacobs decided to show some real behind-the-scenes pictures last night on Facebook, with most employees looking tired and eating cake. I thank him for being truthful about what pre-show prep really looks like. I can’t wait to watch his show tonight and see what came of all of this hard work.

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