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Morgan Williams asks fur lovers at the tents if they go faux or real with this trend during Fall 2010 Mercedes Benz Fashion ...
Week in New York.
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Morgan: Hi, I'm Morgan Williams from Running With Heels for Style Coalition and I'm here at Mercedes Benz fashion week. And fur has been a huge trend for fall. So were going to go around and see who’s got on and what. And if its foe or real. I couldn’t help but notice your fabulous fur coat. Female: Thank you. Morgan: Foe or real? Female: It’s actually real, but it’s vintage. So it’s recycled. So it’s safe. Its okay, I can deal with wearing it. I didn’t kill anything, you know. Morgan: Nice and warm? Female: Yes. So warm. I love it. Morgan: Thank you. Female: Thank you. Morgan: So you have a gorgeous fur jacket on. Vintage? Just purchase? Female2: Vintage. It’s my moms. Morgan: Oh, beautiful. Female2: So she gave it to me, she’s in California. When I came to New York, she gave it to me. She knows I need to be safe and warm. Morgan: You made a smart move by wearing that today, that's for sure. Female2: Thank you. Morgan: We have here a petite version. Is that foe or real? Female3: Its foe. Morgan: Where did you get it? Female3: Juicy couture. Morgan: Very cute. Female3: Thank you. Morgan: Your beautiful jacket. Foe or real? Female4: It’s real. Morgan: Very cool, and is it vintage, just purchase? Female4: No, I got it about two years ago. Morgan: And that’s keeping you warm in this cool day. Female4: You need it in these very cool days. Morgan: Thank you.