Inside Fall 2011 Fashion Week Video
Follow MC editor Zanna Roberts Rassi as she reports directly from the runway shows in New York City.
I'm Zanna Roberts Rassi. I'm the senior fashion editor of Marie Claire Magazine. Today is the first day of Fashion Week and over the next seven days, we will be going from Lincoln Center to Downtown [unknown] and various other places between the best designers showing Fall. So to be a fashion editor is just like being a kid in a candy shop. And we're so fortunate to see amazing clothes and work in the industry. During Fashion Week, I will be spending some time with Jeremy Spears, who is our bookings editor. It's the bookings editor role to be out there and find the new girls that we want to shoot in the magazine.
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All in all, you end up seeing around ten shows a day in New York City.
So we just finished for the night. We got DKNY, piling in the car on our way to Tory Burch presentation.
I like the opening look [unknown] matched and I like the leather sleeve. I'm just gonna wear it [unknown].
Then, there's the presentations as well.
We are going to watch Cocoon in the Esperanza Hotel and be like McCauley Culkin and Cherry [unknown].
Oh, and then there's the parties, of course, you know. It's just emerges into one big roller coaster. I am obviously out looking for trend and looks that are gonna work for the Marie Claire readers.
Love the neon.
And we take pictures, I flip cam a lot of these.
Seeing-- I love the clothes. [unknown].
Trying to get out from a fashion show is harder than trying to get into one. So me and Jeremy are here backstage at the Adam's Show. We are gonna kick in to the food.
It's fashion diet. It's [unknown] entire portion of nuts.
Mom, I'm hungry Mom.
It sounds cliché to say, but really during the Fashion Week, we do get very little sleep.
Madness, but yeah, still many to go. Still no end to the end today. My hair is huge at this point.
We've got quite a few more things. It could be fun, though. Yes.