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You read it right. The whole world may be going nuts for twitpics, but this fashion week, we opted for Whitpics, courtesy of Trovata designer John Whitledge. Since he took a season off from showing his collection, Whitledge had a little free time to take in the sights of New York fashion week. We sent him out, camera in hand; below is his photo diary of a week at the shows, the scenes, the parties, and the strip clubs (!) of NYFW, with a few words from the man himself on what he saw there.



“Erin Wasson was channeling a little Slash before her show.” Erin Wasson x RVCA show, ABC Carpet & Home.


“General Idea designer Bumsuk Choi faces the storm outside his showroom.” Soho.


“Kirsten Dunst was embracing a real fashion moment.” Patrik Ervell presentation, Milk Studios.




“Doesn’t Freja make life look easy?” Backstage at Alexander Wang.


“Two icons in the making: Ryan McGinley congratulates Patrik Ervell at Patrik’s presentation.” Milk Studios.


“The honeymooners of fashion: Swaim and Christina Hutson before their first show for Generra.” Hiro Ballroom.


“Up close and personal with Jason Schwartzman at the Ace. The moustache speaks for itself.” Opening Ceremony/Ace Hotel party.


“Unis’ Eunice Lee busting a move at the Opening Ceremony party. The smile never left her face.” OC/Ace Hotel party.


“Waris Ahluwalia and Matt Kliegman: The true Gentlemen of the Gentlemen’s Club.” The Smile/Evisu/Jacques Valentine’s Day Party, Westside Gentlemen’s Club.

“Thom and Mom.” Thom and Mrs. Browne at the Thom Browne show, Park Avenue Armory.


“You can almost hear Humberto Leon and Chloë Sevigny thinking, next seasonearmuffs.” The Chloë Sevigny for OC designers heading into the Rodarte show, Eyebeam, Chelsea.



“Your humble photographer. Only a Californian would be stoked to take a photo in the middle of the snowstorm.” Late night, Soho.

Photos: John Whitledge; Lauren Shaw (Whitledge portrait)

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  1. theoutsider says:

    These are awesome! Let’s have more from M. Whitledge, please!

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