Anna Dello Russo often tells reporters she never wants to be photographed in an outfit more than once. The Japanese Vogue fashion director is known to change multiple times a day during show season — and certainly has enough incredible items in her wardrobe to keep the street style photographers busy. Yet, this New York Fashion Week, she wore the same bejeweled mini-dress by Fausto Puglisi in purple on September 8 and 9, and in pink on September 12. And she previously wore the dress in yellow for a video of her dancing to Lady Gaga's "The Edge of Glory," which she posted to her blog. (She also wore a white long-sleeved dress that looks to be by the same designer to parties last night.) What's more, when she wore the frock on the 8th, she wore it at the same time as someone else.
Karolina Kurkova, the face of the Macy's brand Russo was newly signed to work on, wore the pink version of the dress for the Fashion's Night Out event they did together. You have to love the two of them for not only shamelessly wearing the same dress, but also shamelessly planning to wear the same dress. Women of the world should do more of this because it's fun and, if anywhere near common, it would take the awkwardness out of those times you accidentally wear the same thing as someone else.
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