Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour almost experienced a little bit of winter on Tuesday,
due to disorganized lines that kept Diesel Black Gold show attendees to wait outside in a snowstorm...but then she gave up and left, the New York Daily News reports.
A source said, "Her entourage got out of her car and then got right back in when they saw what a mess it was outside....There wasn't really anywhere for people to wait on line except for a small tent right in front of the doors, so people were just packed together on line, trying to get out of the cold."
But French Vogue's Carine Roitfeld and staff from W magazine and WWD patiently waited to be let in.
A Diesel representative wouldn't confirm if Wintour was slated to attend.