Photos: Fashion’s Night Out Boston
We hit the streets for Fashion's Night Out, one of the biggest nights in fashion and style around the world, originated by Vogue and the CFDA.
This year’s Fashion’s Night Out in Boston featured something for everyone: live music and dance performances, fall collection debuts, fashion shows by seasoned designers and students, 80 luxury cars from Herb Chambers, and of course, free swag. All photos by Yiqing Shao.
Herb Chambers lined Newbury Street with 80 of his most fashionable cars during Fashion’s Night Out. Above, a striking 2013 Jaguar Coup. What shade of blue is that, you ask? They call it “French Racing Blue.” Ooh la la.
Goodies galore! Long lines out the door during Fashion’s Night Out meant something over there was free. Above, dozens of women patiently wait for their Moroccan Oil gift bags.
One of Herb Chambers’s drool-worthy cars at Fashion’s Night Out: a bright red Mercedes.
Dresses displayed outside Soodee on Newbury Street.
A band performs in Goorin Bros. Hat Shop on Newbury Street.
While enthusiasts could get up close and personal with most of the 80 cars from Herb Chambers, these two—a Bugatti Veyron and a McLaren F1—were off limits.
Shoppers browse the range of accessories at Alex and Ani on Newbury Street.
This 2012 Mercedes Benz, one of Herb Chambers’s 80 luxury vehicles on display at Newbury Street, was a showstopper with its butterfly doors.
Aveda in Copley Place was one of many salon and salon-product stores offering free hairstyling and makeup sessions for Fashion’s Night Out.
Shoppers at Barneys New York in Copley Place browse the store with complimentary drinks in hand.
A customer gets some advice on what gift to buy at Michael Kors in Copley Place.
Student designers join their models onstage at Copley Place during the MassArt Wearable Art Preview Fashion Show. The designs were all made from unique materials like plastic water bottles (far left), tea bags (beige, third from left), and real birch wood (far right). The full 36-piece exhibit will be on display at Center Court in Copley Place through the end of September.
Student designers and their models pose for photos following the MassArt Wearable Art Preview fashion show. The full 36-piece Wearable Art exhibit will be on display at Center Court in Copley Place through the end of September.
A couple tests a Chevy Camaro on display by Herb Chambers on Newbury Street.
Ted Baker on Newbury Street was one of many stores serving guests some bubbly to celebrate Fashion’s Night Out.
Daniela Corte introduced her Fall/Winter collection at her store on Newbury Street. The ceiling of the store was decorated with hundreds of small images of her designs.
This stylish car—the 2013 Audi A5 Cabriolet from Herb Chambers’s collection—was parked in front of Zara on Newbury Street.
Dresses displayed outside Lipstick on Newbury Street.
Georgetown Cupcake on Newbury Street offered free cupcakes for Fashion’s Night Out. As a result, a long line flooded out the door and onto the sidewalk for the entire evening. Who said fashionistas don’t eat?
Source URL: http://www.bostonmagazine.com/fashion-style/blog/2012/09/07/fashions-night-out-boston-2012/