Fashion shows, as we now know them used to be very functional gatherings. Designers presented their collections to an intimate group of retail buyers and press, and this was the kick-off to the season’s purchasing cycle. Orders were written, fabric cut, shipments sent out, and customers delighted by the season’s wares, carefully and thoughtfully selected for them ahead of time by the trusty men and women of the retail community.“And now,” we cried, “let the wild rumpus begin.” And fashion week morphed (blame the internet) in to fashion weeks, colonized by celebrities (1st, 2nd and 3rd tier,) bloggers, street photographers to record the bloggers, and an endless stream in to our home of tweets,
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