New York Fashion Week parties came in with a bang and left just the same. On the night before the final day of shows, editor of New York Magazine, Adam Moss, hosted a party with The Cut at Gramercy Terrance located atop The Gramercy Park Hotel.
On Wednesday night, Nylon Magazine and E!'s 'Fashion Police' rang in the start of New York Fashion Week with a 'Fifty Shades of Grey' themed bash at PH-D Lounge located on the rooftop of The Dream Downtown Hotel.
"If you like a dress, it doesn't matter if it's from an American, Israeli, or Muslim designer -- you like it and you buy it, and there's none of this nonsense of doing this and that because of your religious belief and politics," Alon Livné said.
Fashion week is not an episode of "Girls" or "Friends" where I'm OK that there is not a Black person in sight because. In the case of Fashion week it feels wrong. Like they don't want us there. Like it is a choice not a circumstance.