Fashion's Night Out: The Show finally came together last night with over 170 looks paraded outside of Lincoln Center in Manhattan, marking the largest public runway show in NYC history. Gisele Bundchen, Naomi Campbell, Adriana Lima, Karlie Kloss and a handful of other supermodels arrived at the show atop a red, double-decker tour bus wearing FNO t-shirts and a variety of elaborate skirts designed by the likes of Carolina Herrera and Oscar de la Renta.
| While the "Opening Act" gals disappeared to get dressed for the finale, about 150 other models briskly showed off the different trends of the fall season, including Fifties Flair, Tartan Twist, Pure At Heart, Weekend Wrap-Up, Rock Chic, Go Global and Jazz-Age Cool. Each outfit was reportedly okayed by Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, who oversaw the entire show. After what seemed like only several minutes, Gisele and company came back out in designer gowns, just as musician Pharrell took to the top of the fountain in the center to serenade the spectators.
And as quickly as they'd appeared, the models returned to their magic style bus, dancing with their arms up as the driver pulled away, Pharrell in tow imploring New Yorkers to go shopping.
WATCH our footage from the scene (mixed in with some of the CBS coverage as narrated by Andre Leon Talley)
Check out photos from the show and find out who was there.
The show was produced by Spec Entertainment and sponsored by American Express, Maybelline, Payless, Volkswagen and QVC.