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What Really Goes On at Fashion Week: Models Making Funny Faces

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Yes, folks, a long week of fashion, fashion, and more fashion has come to an end. We're off for a long weekend, but will be back in action full force Tuesday. In the meantime, check out our favorite gallery of the week—models backstage pulling funny faces! In case you missed 'em, here are some of our favorite stories of the week: The NY Times' Eric Wilson totally calls out Anna Wintour for hogging the elevator; Jeffrey Costello and Robert Tagliapietra met at The Sound Factory: "It was love at first sight."; A preshow skincare run-through with Buckler and Nickel; Amar'e Stoudemire attended the Tommy Hilfiger show; The N.Hoolywood affair was very turn-of-the-century climber; Betsey Johnson debuted "Pink Patch," a new lower-priced line; Stacey Bendet's two-year old daughter Eloise is so cute, even in print; This poor girl was our fashion roadkill of the week; Michael Kors rocked our world; Yes, these are real: Vuitton sofas; H&M launches a unisex AIDS benefit collection; And one of our writers ended up front row at the wrong fashion show. The end.