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Tak­ing in an ex­hi­bi­tion

Per­fect day … I would love to wake up re­ally early, catch a train to up­state New York, spend a quiet day in the small town, and breathe

in the fresh air of na­ture. The buzz of fash­ion week … It will be flooded with long-legged girls from around the globe run­ning around the Fash­ion

Dis­trict and SoHo to meet cast­ing di­rec­tors and de­sign­ers to se­cure book­ings. Mean­while, de­sign­ers are go­ing through the last bits of their new col­lec­tion; pro­duc­ers, along with book­ers, are sort­ing out the list of mod­els; stage de­sign­ers, sound and light­ing de­sign­ers,

LFW … One thing ev­ery­one and any­one must do when vis­it­ing Lon­don dur­ing fash­ion week is to ex­pe­ri­ence the cir­cus of blog­gers and pho­tog­ra­phers out­side Som­er­set House be­fore and af­ter a show. It’s quite a sight.

Food trend … The most fash­ion­able right now is clean eat­ing, raw foods, ve­gan/veg­e­tar­ian, gluten­free – The Good Life Eatery in Chelsea and Nama Foods in Not­ting Hill are hot spots for this kind of food. A burger is most

def­i­nitely frowned upon.

Chiltern Fire­house Lin­ley suite, Clar­idge's

Gwen Lu walk­ing the streets of New York

The Shanty in Wil­liams­burg

Samu­rai Mama sign

in Brook­lyn

Noreen Good­win

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