Models Fashion Week New York City 1. Workers retuning from the salt mines, behind the runways, Fashion Week 09/09/13 #NYC image/editing/sookietex :) 2. Shift change at the foundry. Back stage Fashion Week #NYC image/editing/sookietex 3. Fashion Week backstage 09/09/13 #NYC image/editing/sookietex :)
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