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Vogue editor in chief Anna Wintour helped organize the event. She said she wanted to find a fun and fashionable way to stimulate New York City's economy.
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"The most important thing to remember is that fashion is Democratic today," said Kors. "Fashion is not just for the rich; it's not just for people in Manhattan."