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Sartorialist Bumped from His Seat

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For all the media kerfuffle over fashion bloggers getting preferential front-row treatment at fashion shows, there's the flipside—where bloggers, uh, don't. According to Spanish blogger e-coolsystem, ubiquitous front-rower Bryanboy was seated—gasp!—third row at the Gucci show in Milan. And that's not all. According to the eyewitness report, The Sartorialist, Scott Schuman, sat down in the front row next to Franca Sozzani, editor of Vogue Italia, and was subsequently unceremoniously removed by security. He wound up sitting on some steps. [e-coolsystem]