>> The rest of the 1,500 general sale tickets to the Fashion's Night Out fashion show sold out yesterday within four hours — although Lincoln Center's ticket office says more may become available before the show, and interested parties should call to inquire. Otherwise, the show is also set to be livestreamed.
A few more details about the fashion show have popped up — Tabitha Simmons and Edward Enninful are handling styling duties, and it will be focused on seven trends: Global Traveler, Rocker Girl, Roaring Twenties, Clean Chic, Fifties Era, and Country Weekend. CBS has also starting posting sneak peeks of the filming for their Fashion's Night Out television special — in one, during a planning meeting for the fashion show, Virginia Smith says, "We wanted to get across this idea of fashion coming from the streets of New York, so every trend is given a geographical location." As she says this, a slide pops up portraying the feathers trend paired with the Bronx Zoo.
Speaking of feathers, Anna Wintour, addressing retail executives at another meeting, poses the question with a smile: "Do feathers sell? Is that why they're back two seasons later?"
That and more, in the video clips »
Clip 1: Fashion's Night Out fashion show planning meeting
Clip 2: International Vogue editors gather in July to discuss their Fashion's Night Out plans
Clip 3: Vogue meets with Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman executives to discuss Fall 2010 trends