New York Fashion Week


Attending fashion week from home

Katie Hinderer | 10 September 2010
This year I am not able to get to New York's Fashion Week, but my home-bound state got me thinking, now in the age of modern technology it is totally possible to attend Fashion Week from home.
 
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