Fashion Week starts tomorrow, but publicists have been poring over the seating charts for days already. The New York Times talks with a number of publicists and other fashion insiders about the deliberations involved in assigning seats, particularly in the high-profile front row. Moreover, the drama of seating everyone reflects the shifting that’s happening in fashion media, from the staff moves to the growth in prominence of fashion bloggers.
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