Here is the last segment from my Fashion Night Out extravaganza.
The day of fashion officially started after the Opening Ceremony held in Omotesando Hills. Masses of people flooded the sidewalks of Omotesando all heading to their desired boutique. My first stop was Rag and Bone, where I snapped pics of the adorable interior decor and then headed off to Chanel.
Dior and Burberry were extremely lively and two of my favorites stops of the night. Both were hot spots for Designers and Editors, all stopping to pose for store front photoshoots before entering the store. Dolce & Gabbana was, of course, full of Glitz and Glam. My lady friends and I hung out there awhile admiring the beautiful clutches, accessories and sequined Blazers.
Cavalli's storefront looked more like a block party than a late-night sale. Definitely the hot spot of the evening. I couldn't help but grab a quick pic with the design icon himself.
Kampai! To a very successful TOKYO Fashion Night Out, tanoshikatta~!
|EVERYONE WANTED A TASTE OF TOKYO FNO|
RAG AND BONE
|DJ'S SPINNING WHILE MODELS WALK AROUND IN THE LATEST COLLECTION|
|REFRESHMENTS EVERYWHERE YOU POPPED IN|
|BURBERRY DESIGNER CHRISTOPHER BAILEY. ICICLE AND FIREWORK DECOR INSIDE THE STORE.|
DOLCE & GABBANA
|SEQUINS, SPARKLES AND STRAIGHT D&G FABULOUSITY!|
STREET STYLE PIC
VOGUE BRAZIL, EVAN CZAR
|CAVALLI PARTY CROWD|
STRIKING A POSE WITH EVAN AND MR. ROBERTO CAVALLI HIMSELF
VOGUE ITALIA EDITOR FRANCA SOZZANI
|FNO PARTNER AND DESIGNER KATIE MAY.|