Today the Council of Fashion Designers of America announced the first New York Fashion Week: Men's coming in mid-July.
As one of our producers put it this morning, it'll be "... a bunch of dudes not wearing socks, showing their ankles."
Men's fashion weeks already exist in cities like London, Vancouver and Los Angeles.
On an unrelated note: RadioShack filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Thursday. We told you so.
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