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Failed Fashion Week Crashers Pretended to Work for Gov. Cuomo

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Most people trying to bluff their way into Charlotte Ronson and Richie Rich's runway shows would pretend to be affiliated with somebody with downtown cred, like a celebrity DJ. But the two gentlemen who tried to crash both those shows last Friday took an entirely different approach. Wearing fake pins, they told Fashion Week staffers they were working for Governor Cuomo. They also offered to augment the gift bags with with Page Six calls "an unknown herbal remedy," which they claimed was a gift from the governor.

Luckily, gatekeepers for both designers remembered what they always used to tell us in DARE: If a guy who pretends he's employed by the Cuomo administration tries to trade you mystery drugs for Fashion Week access, that's probably stranger danger.
· Brazen imposters [Page Six]

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