FNO this year was as crowded as ever... mobs of people blocked traffic in Soho to see Pauly D at Dash and stores were packed to the brim with people desperate for free cocktails (times are tough OK!?). We already showed you some of our favorite outfits from FNO but now we've got a selection of photos from the events that we attended and the happenings from the night. There was even some fresh graffiti with fashion commentary.
Just like years past, FNO t-shirts and accessories were available for sale at select retailers. This year's bold graphics really embodied the urban atmosphere of NYC's fashion week.
Marc by Marc Jacobs Accessories had a truck stationed outside of Bloomingdales in Soho selling their super popular collection accessories that are normally only sold in their West Village stores. The truck was covered in awesome graffiti and the friendly staff were modeling limited edition t-shirts.
Burberry in Soho had The Heartbreaks playing live! The energy was high and the band was great, made better by the flowing champagne and fancy hors d'oeuvres.
Agent Provocateur had models in the window and in store showing off their new collection. What could be better than that?
rag & bone, a go to brand for the rich hipster, had a custom painted Land Rover parked out front on a pedestal.
Aritzia's flagship store had a free drinks but also a fashion game show being played. The host worked the crowed and brought up contestants to spin the 'Wheel of Fashion.'
Of course, an NYC night of fashion would not be complete without some thematic graffiti. Thanks New York for the great night of fashion, we'll see you again next year!