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Fashion People Know Nothing About Fashion Author: Dosis Von Lustig Author: Videos ,


In case you weren't aware of it, New York Fashion Week recently came to a close. And to honor that the Jimmy Kimmel Live crew once again went to Lincoln Center to catch up with these so-called fashionistas who were in attendance. While there are a lot of legitimate fashion big whigs at New York Fashion week like Vogue's Anna Wintour and other people we've seen before but don't now their names, their are apparently a lot of fashion people who have no idea what they're talking about.

In this "Man on the Street" style video, a reporter goes to Lincoln Center, Fashion Week's epicenter, to interview fashionable people he thought might know something about fashion. So, he started asking them questions about made-up fashion designers, like Chandler Bing (Matthew Perry's character on Friends) or Betsy Ross. You know, the woman who sewed the United States flag.

The hilarity ensues when these fashionistas pretended to know who those "designers" were, and said that they follow all their work and even follow them on social media, because that's really important. I don't know what I'm more excited about. The fact that these fashion "experts" got busted, or the fact that Betsy Ross has a Twitter page. We're going to go ahead and assume it looks REALLY patriotic.

 

Fashion People Know Nothing About Fashion

In case you weren’t aware of it, New York Fashion Week recently came to a close. And to honor that the Jimmy Kimmel Live crew once again went to Lincoln Center to catch up with these so-called fashionistas who were in attendance. While there are a lot of legitimate fashion big whigs at New York Fashion week like Vogue’s Anna Wintour and other people we’ve seen before but don’t now their names, their are apparently a lot of fashion people who have no idea what they’re talking about.

In this “Man on the Street” style video, a reporter goes to Lincoln Center, Fashion Week’s epicenter, to interview fashionable people he thought might know something about fashion. So, he started asking them questions about made-up fashion designers, like Chandler Bing (Matthew Perry’s character on Friends) or Betsy Ross. You know, the woman who sewed the United States flag.

The hilarity ensues when these fashionistas pretended to know who those “designers” were, and said that they follow all their work and even follow them on social media, because that’s really important. I don’t know what I’m more excited about. The fact that these fashion “experts” got busted, or the fact that Betsy Ross has a Twitter page. We’re going to go ahead and assume it looks REALLY patriotic.

 

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