Fashion’s Night Out the Show: Gisele, Naomi, and a Bus Filled with Models

Though the press corps grumbled about a tightly-packed red carpet and a strictly no-video policy inside the show, the epic Fashion's Night Out fashion show was every bit the spectacle Anna Wintour had promised.

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Though the press corps grumbled about a tightly-packed red carpet and a strictly no-video policy inside the show, the epic Fashion's Night Out fashion show was every bit the spectacle Anna Wintour had promised.
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After the lights and the music turned up, and the fountain sprang to life, a double-decker bus filled with models arrived at Lincoln Center to kickstart the festivities.
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The world's biggest supermodel led the parade of models around the plaza's fountain. (While the other models wore long skirts, Gisele, naturally, hiked hers up to show off her famous legs.)
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Then the fleet of models started pouring in -- all grouped by trends for the season, from "Go Global" to "Jazz-Age Cool."
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Some of the "Jazz-Age" models had sparkling metallic hair and dark, dramatic makeup.
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The models just kept spilling into the plaza, walking in concentric circles along the catwalks set up around the fountain, finally all coming to rest in front of the Metropolitan Opera House.
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A closer look at some of the '50s-inspired ensembles and fantastic beehive hair 'dos during the fashion show.
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The supers (led again by Gisele) closed out the show in some of the seasnon's most upscale attire, from Louis Vuitton to Marchesa.
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The ultimate show closer: Naomi Campbell in a glittery strapless gown.
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Models Karolina Kurkova, Coco Rocha, Laura Stone, Jourdan Dunn, and more all rocked out as the double-decker bus again spirited them back into the night.
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More than a few celebrities braved a seriously tight red carpet to make it to their seats on the plaza, led by Vogue editrix Anna Wintour and daughter Bee Shaffer.
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Blake Lively reached for one of her most-worn labels -- Marchesa -- in selecting this eye-catching yellow minidress.
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Alas, Lively's castmate, Leighton Meester, chose a slightly less flattering micro-minidress in an electric shade of blue.
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A flashbulb frenzy attended Julianne Moore's arrival in a watercolor-y printed dress.
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Several celebrities followed Anna Wintour's lead in wearing softer, summery florals to the outdoor event, including Olivia Palermo.
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Tennis great Serena Williams took a break from watching her sister at the U.S. Open to attend the show in a ruched, beige cocktail dress.
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