Fashions night out NYC

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  1. David Reeves

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    What are you wearing and where are you going?
     
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    I am not going out. I did a few years ago and found it all to be rather obnoxious and annoying. Mostly young kids prancing around.
     
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    I'll be in town on the last day of the fashion week (thursday), is there anything worth seeing in regards to this?
     
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    I agree with Mr. Booth. I was up at the Bergdorf area last year... and didn't think it was worth my time.

    I might go to the Ralph Lauren mansion just to see if anything is going on... then later walk through Soho and/or Bleecker Street. There's a pair of cucinelli pants I want.

    People (mostly women) do buy stuff tonight though. Mostly full retail pricing, too.

    There is no "must do" event tonight that I know of, and I've been searching a bit just in case.

    Maybe a cigar will improve things...
     
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