Fashion shows operate with a very different standard of rules, and for anyone not used to standing when there are open seats available, seeing bare legs in freezing temperatures, having your view blocked by a very elaborate hat, and watching paparazzi go insane over a row of girls who may have been on a WB show at one point…it can be very strange, indeed. Complicate that even more by introducing acid into the mix, and, well, you get Tyler from Vice's experience.
"There are people touching me in all directions. And the woman next to me keeps taking selfies on her phone. It's really pissing me off, so I need to concentrate on that woman's back. It's the only way I can stop myself from getting angry with everyone. Plus, the way her hair meets her jacket. It's very... just, wow."
Exactly. Read ahead for Tyler's account of "interviewing" Anna Dello Russo, trying to understand the concept of street-style photographers, and taking refuge in a very unlikely place.
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