Anyone that has ever worked on the production/design side of fashion is sure to tell you that most of the time, it is not glamorous work. The notable exception, of course, is the runway show. This afternoon I was fortunate to be able to attend the Derek Lam Spring 2014 show, part of New York Fashion Week. The show took place in a gallery space on the west side of Manhattan, and it was an event that had a lot of famous faces sitting close together in one room.
Case in point:
I feel like me taking photos or video of the show is pointless - there are about a million sources that could give you better and more detailed shots (and frankly even I got a better look at the show on style.com) . But a photo of Anna Wintour, the woman, the myth, the legend on my phone? Yes, please. Let's call it good luck.