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The hundreds of images coming from New York Fashion Week highlight the glamorous and orderly nature of the shows. Willowy models down snow white runways at Lincoln Center in front of celebrities, fashion editors, and buyers.
But the scene before and after the shows is anything but serene.
The lobby outside the tents at Lincoln Center is a gnarl of editors rushing to their next show, bloggers sitting on the floor, and interlopers who want to be a part of the scene. It’s a logjam of hair and heels.
Changes are afoot to make Lincoln Center less like Grand Central during Fashion Week (it opened Thursday) and offer designers more flexibility. But is it too late?