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NYC's Fashion Industry Hits the Polls, Then Obviously Twitter

Lucky Magazine's <a href="https://twitter.com/johnjannuzzi/status/265809962398281728"> John Jannuzzi</a> expresses concern for potential votes on the Wang line
Lucky Magazine's John Jannuzzi expresses concern for potential votes on the Wang line

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This morning, the line at the Alexander Wang sample sale rivaled those at the polls. However, that doesn't mean every fashion-minded person living in New York City is choosing Rocco bags over Election Day. After the jump, we've rounded up a few tweets from industry folk, including when and where Anna Wintour voted this morning and what Lena Dunham was wearing.

Matthew Foley shares Anna Wintour's poll location:

Elle Magazine's Joe Zee Instagrammed his civic duty:

Kim Hastreiter of Paper is concerned about the stars:

Cosmopolitan's Editor-in-Chief Joanna Coles votes for the first time:

Paper's Mickey Boardman casts his vote:

Gilt's Alexandra Wilson waited for a while:

Jenny Shimizu did not:

Lena Dunham shares her voting outfit:

And then modifies it: