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Fashion Week’s Greatest Moments

A lot can happen in a week — but the past few years have been particularly spectacular. Here are our favorite moments.

By Sharon Clott

Ivanka Trump's Totally Awesome Tussauds Tradition

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Ivanka Trump has an assistant go touch up her wax statue at Madame Tussauds every week. Fourteen of America's Next Top Models totally trashed their $6 million Tribeca loft. Josh Hartnett and Helena Christensen broke up. Charlotte Ronson and Alexander Dexter-Jones do not like Leven Rambin, who is maybe making out with Mark Ronson. The Hudson Hotel has a bunch of goons on staff. Penélope Cruz and Javier Bardem ate ice cream at Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill in the new 6 Columbus Hotel.

Is Zani Gugelmann Being Ironic?

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Our internal dialogue regarding the above picture of Zani Gugelmann from yesterday's Charlotte Ronson show: Wait a second. Is Zani Gugelmann really wearing an anti-fur button on a shearling coat? No. She can't be. But it looks kind of like she is. Maybe the fur is fake? But it is so lustrous. It looks like real fur. But can it really be possible that she picked up the anti-fur button, chirped 'I support animals,' and pinned it to her (fur-lined) bosom without noticing that as she did this her fingers brushed actual fur? NO. Yes? No. YES. Also, are those leather boots? Etc. Rock and Ronson [Park Avenue Peerage]

Flavio Romeo, Father, Stylist Extraordinaire

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Actor Flavio Romeo has two daughters, which means he knows the right hairdo and hot-pink accessories are crucial, especially when you're taking a trip to F.A.O Schwarz! In this Video Look Book, Flavio explains the look he created for the girls at "The Daddy Salon." Video Look Book: Archives

Riding the V Line: The King of Cuban Sandwiches

Night on Broadway in Woodside is electric: Trains rumble overhead, a hundred dialects of Spanish are barked in the air, and the promise of everything from dance lessons to roasted guinea pig glares nightward out of neon signs. When we step off the V at 65th Street, though, we somehow never find ourselves tempted by all that novelty. What we want is the undisputed classic, the El Sitio Cubano sandwich, the patriarch of its race. It’s just a few steps from the train to the counter, but even those are too many.

Need a Good Bathroom? Grub Street's Guide to Loos You Can Use

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For over a year, we tested the theory that a restaurant is only as good as its restroom by scouring the city for notable loos, ranking them with the unforgiving rigor of our five-star rating system. Always searching for the straight poop, we visited certain facilities months before their restaurants had even opened (“I didn’t know you lurked around toilets,” Park Chinois’ dismayed publicist told us), and fell in love with old favorites all over again. In these dark rooms we found jack-o-lanterns, volumes of existentialist literature, live fish, warnings against cocaine peddling, waterfalls, pachinko machines, S&M gear, and the city’s most expensive toilet. The only thing we missed was Larry Craig. We hope you enjoy the resulting compendium of loos you can use. Please put your own recommendations in the comments.