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What 3 Style Stars Packed For Fashion Week

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    Whether you lay out each day's outfit garment by garment, or shove all the contents of your closet into a bag last minute (yep, with dresses still on hangers), packing is always a pain in the ass. And, while few do it as well as our own editor-in-chief Christene Barberich, we found three style A-listers who jetted into NYC for Fashion Week that have the traveling-to-the-tents thing on lock. You know we needed to get the scoop at what they packed, their super star outfits, and the essentials they can't leave home without. So, we crashed their hotel rooms for a hot minute — photog in tow — to get a very intimate peek into the beyond glam suitcases of two editors and one major fashion photographer. There are insane Lanvin boots, Céline everything, cult sunglasses, insider beauty brands... the list goes on and on, making this the chicest answer to the age-old question, "what's in the bag?"

    Find out what fashion's finest pack to make them look picture-perfect in the Fashion Week tents.

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