Fashion Night Out Coverage

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From uptown to downtown,  to crosstown and midtown,  all of New York City celebrated Fashion’s Night Out.  As I followed the store-lined roads of the city, here is what my night looked like:

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We start off in the Meatpacking District where  I stopped by the Shopbop Lounge to grab a quick cupcake  and rest my feet from the first day of Fashion Week.   Saw some great styles for fall and lots of gorgeous accessories to mix and match!

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The Maybelline pop-up shop a few blocks away had complimentary makeovers using the latest products.  I loved the Falsies mascara,  especially the super curved brush,  perfect for creating the perfect winged lash!

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Next stop was the Votre Vu Vu-lin Rouge Bus,  where I was greeted by Can-Can dancers handing me vitamin-infused beauty drinks while sampling deliciously scented lotion good enough to eat.

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Next stop is in midtown, where the Shop Addicts Fashion Binge event was held. Fashion Binge was started by philanthropist and Fashion Editor, Dee Rivera to help raise charity and awareness for Project Ladybug. I sampled hair extension crystals and feathers by So-Cap, got some accessory and fashion eye-candy, while tasting delicious hors douvres.

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We walked our way to the East side,  where we saw the Missoni for Target pop-up shop and quickly glanced at the new fashion collab. Rockefeller Center was alive with plenty of shoppers, as we made our way to Saks Fifth Avenue,  where each floor had its own DJ-dance party.

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Walking along Fifth Ave,  practically every store had its own building shopping bash.  Henri Bendel had live circus performers, Diesel had a photo booth, Manolo Blahnik served champagne while shoppers viewed his latest styles,  and each store window had  such gorgeous decor, you’d think it was Christmas. As we walked, the Barbie Bus carrying Fashion Night Outers drove by as I continued on my trail of fashion.

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And what’s Fifth Avenue without a visit to Tiffany’s? Tiffany & Co was all decked out in a 70’s theme, complete with disco lights, fringe curtains, and disco music.

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Our final stop of the night was at Henri Bendel,  which looked like a huge carnival street fair.  The fourth floor was set up as The Hester Street Fair that served gourmet cupcakes, quick bites,  and sweets.  The ceilings were beautifully encrusted and dripping with Swarovski Elements and plenty of bling.

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And so ends my Fashion Night Out to kick off Fashion Week.  Until next year!  How did you spend your Fashion Night Out?

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Cristal

Cristal

Online Editor, Beauty Writer at Beauty-Goodies
As a New York City-based registered nurse with backgrounds in pharmacology, medical research, medical spa aesthetics, and cosmetic dermatology, Cristal became interested in the ways people go about achieving beauty. When she's not working full-time at Cornell Medical Center or performing aesthetic treatments at a midtown NYC medical spa, she daylights as a beauty writer, and has a penchant for scoring sample sale treasures, bellydancing, playing dress-up, and of course, chatting about beauty goodies.
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