Fashion Week has a way of inspiring extra plumage from its already polished devotees. Everyone spreads their wings a bit wider and stretches themselves a bit taller, stomping and picking around Lincoln Center and Milk Studios like mating flamingos. The air can get crowded with all the style egos and posing, but it's never boring. At especially fresh and insurgent shows like Jeremy Scott and J. Sabatino, the young hearts run extra-free, excited to show off and happy to pose for pictures. Check out a series from FADER Photo Editor John Francis Peters after the jump.
New York Fashion Week, in Photos
Photographer John Francis Peters
September 17, 2010