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Fashion Week's Exit Returns

Tuesday was Primary Day, and New Yorkers went to the polls to pick their favorite Democrats. At Bryant Park, capital of the Republic of Fashion, we asked some citizens if they'd chosen a candidate that day.

Beth Ostrosky Issues an APB for White Stretch Pants

At Betsey Johnson's show Tuesday afternoon, her granddaughter made her runway debut. Johnson handed the baby off to daughter Lulu before turning her trademark cartwheel. At the end of the runway, stylist Patricia Field joined the designer for a little boogie, which exposed a bit of Johnson's black thong.

Barbara Walters, Tinsley Mortimer, Patricia Field at Oscar de la Renta

Oscar de la Renta is the designer for the Laura Bushes of the world, and his front row yesterday was, as one might guess, a socialite-a-polooza. Every girl you see on Patrick McMullan was taking mental notes on which evening gown to get her husband or father to buy for her.

Surviving Fashion Week

Whether you're a model, a stylist, or a celebrity, Fashion Week can be grueling. Five veterans of the shows gave Jada Yuan their survival tips. High on the list: Eating.

Fashion Blogs We Like

Bloggers are working Fashion Week almost as hard as the designers, frantically publishing runway videos, podcasts, and handbag critiques.

Gaultier Visits U.S., Eats Hamburger

Jean Paul Gaultier hardly ever shows up Stateside, so when he descended upon Manhattan, it caused quite a frenzy. Jada Yuan uncovered his surprising plans.

Baby Phight!

It was a harried day for 50 Cent. He spent the afternoon in the Midtown South precinct house after being pulled over for a traffic violation. He got out in time for the Baby Phat show, only to wait around an hour for it to actually begin. And then he got in a fight with another show-goer.

Welcome to Show & Talk

Show & Talk New York's Fashion Week blog, shows you the looks, the parties and the shows. Check in hourly for video coverage of over 100 shows, commentary from Amy & Harriet and the Fug Girls as well as interactive photo album and a chance to map the Approval Matrix.