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Mystery Solved: So That's Why We Didn't Get a Seat at Duckie Brown

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Well, we eventually did snag one but usually we're assigned one. Turns out team Duckie Brown only sat guests on the risers lining one side of the runway and used the entire opposite side as a stage for already-walked models to perch to preen. So it was a fashion show, but it was also a presentation—we're gonna call it a showsentation.
· Duckie Brown [Official Site]
· All fashion week coverage [Racked]

Duckie Brown Spring 2011

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