Fashion Night Out

As Fashion Week is in full swing in New York, so is the biggest fashion party! Fashion Night Out was envisioned several seasons ago by Vogue editor Anna Wintour and has gone from being limited to the Big Apple to spanning across the globe in an effort to promote fashion during tough economic times. While I did not have the pleasure of attending the HUGE NYC event, the Queen City had quite the little FNO party at our local Neiman Marcus complete with drinks, hors d’ouerves, shopping and a little fashion show challenge between three local stylists. Judging by the crowd, the event was a gleaming success hopefully meaning that next years event will be even bigger and better! Let’s be honest though, I’ll be in New York next year if I have it my way!

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Several fall trends were introduced on the challenge ‘runway’ including lots of fur, feathers and leggings. Try some of these fall trends in your everyday wear and you too can be fashionable this fall.

Green

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Not Rated Cayote Boot in Olive

Military

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GUESS Kenvil Heel in Green Satin

Pant Suits

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Paris Hilton Valetta Heel in Black

Capes

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Steve Madden Chelseey Bootie

Feathers

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Martinez Valero Carla Heel

Fur

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Evening Wear

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Martinez Valero Brit Heel

Did you attend any Fashion Night Out events to celebrate your love of fashion?

Michelle has a passion for fashion and all things glamorous and at only 5'1", you'll be hard pressed to find her in anything but heels! By day, Michelle serves the public as an urban designer, but in her spare time you can catch her blogging, shopping, or running the beautiful streets of the Queen City.

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