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Coby Kennedy Just Doesn't Want to Look Like a Hipster

In the latest installment of the Video Look Book, our Nicole Hunt caught up with Coby Kennedy, a car designer with some intense hair that causes people to "bug out" a bit (he doesn't understand why, however — "it's just a haircut," he astutely notes).

In Williamsburg, You Can Wear What You Wore When You Were 10

Graphic designer Eric Parzynski is one of those lucky souls who generally works from home, and you know what that means: He's spending a lot of time in his skivvies, which he admits is "pretty rad." When our Nicole Hunt caught up with him, he was sporting a snug hockey-team jacket from when he was 10. "You live in Williamsburg, you might as well be able to wear everything," he explains. Watch the Video Look Book and check out his "sometimes I shower, sometimes I don't" style.

Fashion Week Exhausting Even to ‘Teen Vogue’ Editor

Toward the end of Fashion Week, Amy Larocca crossed paths with Mary Kate Steinmiller, an editor at Teen Vogue. A Fashion Week veteran, Steinmiller claims that “you don’t even realize you’re going from show to show because there’s so much adrenaline.” However, she did concede that wearing heels for days at a time was rough: “Tomorrow, it might be a flat day.” See whom Steinmiller spotted at Miss Sixty by watching the Video Look Book.

‘Times’ Fashion Editor Gets Off Herrera’s Blacklist

New York Times fashion editor Karla Martinez was looking forward to the Carolina Herrera show when Amy Larocca and our cameras saw her earlier this week. “We haven’t been invited for the two years that I’ve been [at the Times],” she said. “I think there were some bad reviews that had been written in the past.” Scandalous! Watch the Video Look Book for more hard truths about Fashion Week.

The Image Guru's Black Mood

Montgomery Frazier is an image guru, which he says means he’s a publicist, marketer, and stylist all in one. These days he’s working with Julie Brown (née Downtown) on a new TV show. So what does Frazier like at Fashion Week?

Mourning Fashion Week’s Classier Past

Savannah M. Clark is a former stylist and college professor who still comes to Fashion Week even though no one wears hats and gloves anymore. (Her hat, of course, is fantastic.) Clark considers herself “one of Carolina Herrera’s favorite customers.” Watch the Video Look Book to see what she buys.

A Smorgasboard of Video Look Books for Your Mid–Fashion Week Slump

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Normally on Wednesdays at Daily Intel, we treat you with a Video Look Book post in which we go on the street to videotape some of the fabulously dressed New Yorkers that surround us every day. It's an homage to Fashion Editor Amy Larocca's weekly "Look Book" in the print version of New York. But this week, we don't have one. That's because the Video Look Book has found a new home, on nymag.com's glamorous new fashion blog, The Cut. And it's been thriving there! Since Fashion Week started, the blog has hosted seven new Video Look Books. If you're missing your fix of people who dress (or think they dress) better than you do, click below to see the characters we've found this week. And while you're at it, poke around at The Cut and in all the rest of nymag.com's extensive online fashion coverage, including up-to-date slideshows and model and designer bios! •Chicago Shopgirl Flies In for Marc by Marc JacobsThe Trend Forecaster Sees Bright Colors in the FuturePlum Sykes Exposes Fashion Week’s Cold TruthRecent Fashion Grad Wants Wintour's HelpRugby Ralph Lauren Designer Beats on Her Miu Miu BagFreelance Stylist David C. Melton Will Give You VertigoCognac Wellerlane Loves Fur, Poodles, and Fake Eyelashes The Cut [NYM]

Plum Sykes Exposes Fashion Week’s Cold Truth

Fashion writer Plum Sykes changed her mind about what to wear to Fashion Week at the last minute, but that doesn't prevent her from rattling off designers’ names without pause. A veteran attendee, Sykes has come to terms with the event: “You never look pretty enough. That’s the con. The pro is you see all these amazing girls in these amazing outfits, and it's so inspiring.” Watch the Video Look Book for more words of wisdom. Vido Look Book: Plum Sykes [NYM Video]

Cognac Wellerlane Loves Fur, Poodles, and Fake Eyelashes

Fashion Week is as much about the characters outside the tents as the models and designers inside. On Friday, Amy Larocca found "TV personality" Cognac Wellerlane, who showed off her fur coat — "Real fur! I don't care" — and gave a quick tutorial in how to apply inch-long fake eyelashes.

Ann Le Paints, Shops on eBay

Ann Le
Like any good girl who has ever been shopping abroad, Ann Le doesn't like shopping in New York City. Her skirt was only five euros in Paris (okay, with the exchange rate that's still under $10!), and she made her own necklace. It's no wonder she's the best-dressed freelancer-painter-musician on the block. Video Look Book [NYM Video]

Sarah Brady Has Street, Color Sense

Sarah Brady
Sarah Brady from Virginia is a mother of three, and when she comes to New York she likes to start by shopping in Soho and then move uptown. While she's not afraid of "New York black," she thinks bright colors are essential. Click above to find out why. Video Look Book [NYM Video]

High-School Frosh Doesn't Dress the Part

Evan Gonzalez
High-school freshman and musician Evan Gonzalez doesn’t have a job, so he must wear within his means. “I like to work with pants a lot,” he muses. “Bleach on green jeans is always really cool, because it comes out yellow.” He is influenced by prog rock and metal, and his hair is a three-year-old project. Find out what Gonzalez plans next for his locks in this week’s Video Look Book. Video Look Book: Evan Gonzalez

Combustion Research Will Buy You a Fly Coat

Diem Nguyen
A recent trip to the East Village yielded the Video Look Book’s favorite occupation ever: combustion researcher! Say fuel spills in a subway tunnel. It’s Diem Nguyen’s job to find out how long before we’re all totally effed. When she’s not setting things on fire, Nguyen works with designers to create her own custom clothing. Arson might not pay, but combustion research apparently does. Watch the video for more career guidance. Video Look Book: Diem Nguyen

California Visitor Actually a Displaced New Yorker

Fendi Fur
California legal secretary Colleen Delee took a break from shopping on Rodeo Drive to wear her Fendi fur in New York, where it’s actually cold enough for animal skins. But is that the only difference between New York and Los Angeles? Of course not. Delee shares her insights (and her recommendations on custom shoes) in this week’s Video Look Book. Video Look Book: Colleen Delee