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Morgan Williams talks to people in the tents about what shoes they are wearing 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 the Mercedes Benz fashion week in New York. And I’m going to see what the most outrageous footwear is that people have on today. So you have some gorgeous booties on who are those by? Woman: They’re by Rosegold. Morgan: Aha, and are they comfy? Woman: Very comfy. Thank you. Morgan: You’re welcome. I’m here with the male model perspective on footwear at fashion week. What are you wearing and how comfy are they? Man: Well they’re very comfortable. And I can’t really tell you the brand but, I got them at Macey’s and they’re very comfortable. Morgan: Great. Thank you. I have with me, what’s your name? Girl: Kimora Morgan: Kimora, and Kimora, what shoes do you have on today? Girl: I have on, Sketchers. Morgan: Ooh, I like them a lot. The whole pink and brown color scheme, is that one of your favorites? Girl: Yeah, I like the brown. And the pink was just to go with it. Morgan: It goes very well with your outfit. Good job dressing. Girl: Thank you. Morgan: Thanks. Lady: Fashionista Morgan: Alright! Well, you’re obviously a fashionista with the shoe choice that you went with today. What are you wearing? Lady: I’m wearing Forever21. Morgan: Oh very nice. And are they comfortable? Lady: Yes, very comfortable. That’s why I decided to wear them today. Morgan: Good choice. Thanks! Lady: Thanks. Morgan: So boots are obviously a popular choice at Fall fashion week and we have here a gorgeous pair of brown heels. Who are you wearing? Woman: 9West Morgan: Very nice. And how are they holding up? Woman: They’re pretty comfortable so you know it makes me look taller of course coz I’m a little bit shorter so, yes it is. Morgan: Great. Morgan: You have a very fabulous shoes on. Lady2: Thank you. Morgan: Who are you wearing? Lady2: Well my shoes are actually from a shop in London called Prima which is actually quite cheap. I’m not ashamed to say coz I make them look good. I’m also a fashion designer. This is one of my skirts. Morgan: Oh wow. Lady2: And my glove is by Andre. I’m Chantal Wilson by the way and my jacket is from Asus and this is from American apparel. Morgan: Well, it’s been a very nice trip. Thank you. Lady2: Thank you. Morgan: I noticed your booties. Who are you wearing? Lady3: I don’t know. I just bought it. Morgan: Ok that’s very pretty. Thank you. A pair of fabulously studded gladiator hills. Teenage girl1: But they’re from Forever21. Morgan: They’re very cool. Teenage girl1: Thank you Morgan: And who do you have on? Teenage girl2: Mine are actually vintage. They’re from my mom’s closet. Morgan: Oh cool. Morgan: I found a very fabulous pair of colorful booties here. Who are you wearing? Lady4: Steve Madden. Booties. Oh I think you. Morgan: Thank you Lady4: You’re welcome Morgan: I found a very cool pair of blue flats here. Who are they by? Woman2: It’s a Costum Nacional. They’re Italian I believe made in Italy. I just picked them up the other day. Morgan: Are they comfortable? Woman2: They’re very nice. I figured I’d be walking around the city so it’s probably easier to get around. Morgan: Smart move. Well as you can see we have some very fabulous shoes here under the tense of fashion week.