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Fashion all a-Twitter Where’s Anna Wintour? Who sits where, what starts when and who’s wearing what? From sightings of Benicio del Toro reading poetry to reports of flyaway footwear on the runway (“We have a Loub[iton] down!” read one post), the fashion flock turned the micro-blogging phenomenon known as Twitter into a weeklong wire service for the wardrobe set, firing off 140-character missives (that’s called “tweeting”) from front rows, after-parties and presentations. And those weren’t just press thumbs flying either, with retailers such as Nordstrom and Bluefly joining the Twittersphere. Alas, no Twittering model types — and they’re the ones with all the down-time in hair and makeup. Twitter
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