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You are now allowed to hyperventilate. The program of Fashion's Night Out goes on and on and to help you decide your itinerary for the evening of September 10, we've done the dirty work. Every day this week, we're presenting Top Ten lists for the events. We've already covered the Top Ten Gimmicks, and now it's on to the Top Ten Eats.

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With Fashion's Night Out running from 6pm on until whenever you pass out or overspend your credit card limit, you can't forget to fuel up. Food may not be as plentiful as the drinks, but we're out to rectify that by letting you in on the best spots serving up not just special products, but special ice cream, cookies, burgers and more as well.

10. Crumbs' Fashion's Night Out cupcakes
Although almost every party advertises cupcakes and champagne, it's only at Crumbs' 12 NYC locations that you'll get the limited-edition Fashion's Night Out cupcake. There's no news yet on the flavor or the frosting, but it'll be available only from the night of Sept. 10 through the end of Fashion Week. Check out Crumbs locations here.

9. 3.1 Phillip Lim and Rag & Bone's Mercer Street block party
No news on what restaurant is cooking up the food, but this Soho street party will see burgers, fries and shakes for you to munch on while receiving a free mini-makeover. You could possibly have a whole dinner here. 119 Mercer Street.

8. Bloomingdales' Iron Chef Morimoto
If you make it past the ice cream truck parked outside the store (which will donate all proceeds to charity), then you'll find a true Iron Chef working his culinary magic at Bloomies. Masaharu Morimoto will do cooking demonstrations, but don't neglect to grab a cocktail or two to check out the Boardwalk Empire-inspired casino. Lexington and 59th Street.

7. Aw, shucks at The Crangi Family Project
We're over the dang cupcakes, already. How about some oysters instead? Jeweler Philip Crangi and the boys of Costello Tagliapietra will have a raw bar set up, complete with oysters shucked in front of you. It's happening 6-9pm right next to Pastis, so you can grab some champagne next door to swallow them down. 9 Ninth Avenue.

6. Unique ice cream from Shipley & Halmos
We never would have expected Shipley & Halmos to collaborate on an ice cream flavor, but that's exactly what they did and oh my gosh do we ever want some. Listen to this: "Known for their eclectic and innovative flavor combinations and socially-conscious initiatives, Guerrilla Ice Cream collaborated with Sam and Jeff to create a special Brooklyn Brewery Brown Ale and honey flavored ice cream that will only be available during Fashion's Night Out." Any money you spend on that will then be donated to the Street Vendor Project. 199 Lafayette Street.

5. The Andaz 5th Avenue Hotel hosts big wigs
This is for those of you who love reading Eater just as much as you love Racked. The newly opened Andaz 5th Avenue Hotel welcomes Vogue Food Critic Jeffrey Steingarten and Celeb Chef David Chang for tastings all evening long, including artisanal whiskey. 485 Fifth Avenue.

4. Helmut Lang does Death & Co and Dumplings
Looking for a free drink and a nibble in the Meatpacking District? Helmut Lang will have a dumpling truck from Rickshaw Dumpling Company parked outside their store on Washington Street, plus specially-mixed cocktails from Death & Co. Just don't let The Cobrasnake snap you scarfing dumplings. Or do. 819 Washington Street.

3. Band of Outsiders cookies at Opening Ceremony, Ace Hotel
The freshly baked cookies being sold at Opening Ceremony's Ace Hotel outpost are not only specially created for the Band of Outsiders brand, but they're to be a limited-edition recipe created only for this night, by Momofuku chef Christina Tosi. They will have exactly 113 T-Shirts and 113 cookies for sale and then this recipe will never be made again! 1190-1192 Broadway.

2. Tory Burch's big Shake Shack BBQ
Last year, Tory Burch's store was one of the few places where you could grab a full meal for free, right out on the street next to Russell Simmons. This time around, she's bringing it back with a barbeque by Shake Shack and, if you brave the crush of her small store, free totebags with any purchase $100 or over. 38-40 Little West 12th Street.

1. Lord & Taylor's Food Truck Fest
Don't drool too hard over the NYC Firefighters who'll be appearing to promote their new calendar, because you'll need your saliva to chow down on the store's selection of featured food trucks. The trucks themselves will stay outside as Cupcakestop.com, Street Sweets, Treats Truck and Van Leeuwen Artisan Ice Cream set up indoors and ask for your text vote on who tastes the best. Food trucks are just so hot right now. 424 Fifth Avenue.

· Racked's Guide to Fashion's Night Out 2010: Top Ten Gimmicks [Racked NY]
· All Racked's Guide To Fashion's Night Out 2010 stories [Racked]
· Fashion's Night Out Directory [Official Site]