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Best Fashion Week Post Ever

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This write-up about the Julien MacDonald London fashion week show in Vice is one of the best fashion week blog posts we've read in a long time. It's minute-by-minute brutal truth. Like: "More and more celebrities arrived, and eventually the front row became TOO FAMOUS and people started freaking out. One photographer kept shouting over and over about how he couldn't get everyone into one shot. Seriously, he sounded like he was about to burst in to tears." And: "I'm not sure I can fully get across how unexciting it is to watch people walk past you wearing clothes. Try it for yourself. Go outside now and watch some people walk past you. Now imagine they all look the same as each other and are wearing variations of the same outfit." We're pretty sure the only thing the writer liked was the four-ply toilet paper (right). [Vice]