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Fashion's Night Out Coverage: Night Riders

Charlize Theron, Isaac Mizrahi, Oscar de la Renta and Diane von Furstenberg celebrated Fashion’s Night Out Thursday.

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Charlize Theron at Dior in New York was one of the bigger celebrities at Fashion’s Night Out on Thursday, but she was only one of the many stars, designers — and shoppers — making the rounds. From Beijing to Berlin, Milan to New York, the retail and fashion industry did its bit to spur consumer spending.

 

See images from New York here>>


See images from Fashion's Night Out in Europe here>>

See the festivities in Tokyo here >>

 

 

Here, some observations from those who took part in the night:


“I don’t know why I always go for a sports analogy, but this is a win-win.” As for that other notable sporting news in town — Derek Jeter’s pursuit of Lou Gehrig, “In the age when so many of them get help, he’s the golden child, the ambassador of clean baseball.”
— Justin Timberlake at Saks

“I was just here at Saks looking for some things from my own line that I wanted to buy and they were sold out. I have to start making sure I order things for myself. I am shopping — isn’t that what you’re supposed to do?”
— Donna Karan

“I wish I had my grandmother’s handwriting. Mine is chicken scratch.”
— Aerin Lauder, signing boxes of Private Collection Jasmine White Moss at Saks

“I’ve always loved magic, so I thought mixing it with fashion would be fun.”
— Carolina Herrera at Saks

“To all the girls who buy my clothes…I hope after Bette hears Barbara and I [singing] she’ll ask us to be her opening act in Vegas.”
— Oscar de la Renta, about Bette Midler and Barbara Walters

“I can’t believe the energy in here!”
— Josie Natori at Saks

“This is so full of life. I am happy for Carine and Anna, who organized this event, because people are enjoying themselves. It was such a good idea.”
— Karl Lagerfeld about Carine Roitfeld and Anna Wintour

“Ha Ha! It’s 6 p.m. Ask me tomorrow. [I] think everyone will get back together after collections to evaluate and talk about doing it again.”
— Anna Wintour

“We sold out more than half of the inventory and already raised over $200,000 for the 9/11 Memorial Fund.”
— Terry Lundgren, Macy’s chief executive officer

“Driving up here, every single store had a line outside. It’s obviously working.”
— Camilla Belle at Ralph Lauren

“I’m having so much fun I almost forgot I am having a show in two days.”
— Alexander Wang at Barneys New York

“It’s a cool excuse to shop. There’s some stuff I want but I’m stuck here working.”
— Jack McCollough of Proenza Schouler at Barneys

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