10 Fun Facts at New York Fashion Week (Part 1)

fun fact in New York Fashion Week
New York City became the first city to organize the world's fashion week, followed by London, Milan and Paris. Fashion show for Fall / Winter collection was held last February 10 to 17, while Spring / Summer collections will be held 13 to 20 September 2011.

New York Fashion Week was attended by media figures and celebrities, as well as about 100,000 guests and number volunteers from fashion schools, like FIT or Parsons School of Design. The entire event was covered by local TV station, TV 25, and aired more than 150 hours.

Since September 2010, New York Fashion Week venue moved to Damrosch Park at Lincoln Center complex. Entrance and facade of the building is located between the Metropolitan Opera House and the David H. Koch Theater. Guests will pass red carpet to enter the lobby, where the daily schedule of fashion show are projected digitally to the wall.

There are still many fun facts at New York Fashion Week that can be found in front of or behind the stage. Some of them as described here.

Food abound
If you comes early enough, you can enjoy a variety of snacks in the backstage area. The type of food served is generally croissants, bagels, yogurt, ice cream, fruit, orange juice, and coffee (for breakfast), mini sandwiches, hummus and vegetables, pastries, mini cupcake (lunch), and pasta salad, salad, sandwiches, fruit, various cheeses, and pastries (afternoon or evening).

Victims of stilettos
The model can be clumsy when wearing designer shoes that many of them high-heeled. About six models could not keep his balance and falls on the catwalk. Even so, high heels remain a necessity in fashion show like this. Unless you have a lot to move (not like a VIP guest that descended directly in front of Lincoln Center), flat shoes must be worn.

To avoid slipping on high heels, there is actually a number fashion stylist that is responsible dressing the models. One of his tasks is to create a basic shoe soles scuffed so that the model does not fall.

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