FRONT-ROW FRIENDS: Has an industry long-known for bitchiness and back-stabbing transformed into one of sharing and caring? Many New York designers were spotted at each others’ shows — and no, they weren’t spying. Some, like Heatherette’s Richie Rich, who attended Marc Jacobs, were invited for the fun of it. Others, like Tuleh’s Bryan Bradley and Amanda Brooks, who occupied the front row at Miguel Adrover, were out for solidarity’s sake. "It’s important to show support in the industry," Bradley said. "[Adrover’s] had a rough time, and not of his own doing."

Also spotted last week were Todd Oldham at Esteban Cortazar and Anna Sui, Matthew Williamson and Alvin Valley at Jeremy Scott, Anna Sui at James Coviello, James Coviello at Peter Som, John Bartlett at Miguel Adrover, Vera Wang at Ralph Lauren, Diane Von Furstenberg and head designer Nathan Jenden at Behnaz Sarafpour, and Tony Melillo at Calvin Klein.

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