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In the Window: Calvin Brings the High Line to Midtown

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Didn't get a chance to check out Calvin Klein's exclusive sneak peek at the High Line during their epic 40th Anniversary Fashion Week party? We know it's only because your invite got lost in the mail, but don't worry—they'll still take your money.

In addition to the creepy, headless mannequins marching to their doom, the windows at Calvin Klein's Madison Avenue flagship feature the light art of Eric Brown. Amongst what could be neon outlines of malls and airports, Calvin Klein reminds you to donate to the Friends of the High Line in the name of minimalist fashion. While you're opening your wallet for charity, Calvin is wondering if you might want to set a little aside for those 6-inch, fur-lined crocodile wedges?
· Calvin Klein to Use High Line, Fashion Week as Giant Birthday Party [Racked]