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Christmas Nike Air Flight - NY Fashion Week: 'Bad girls' at Adam Selman, Rosie in redByAssociated Press Published: 23:11 GMT, 13 February 2015 | Updated: 23:12 GMT, 13 February 2015 NEW YORK (AP) a£á¡¨ The Associated Press is all over New York Fashion Week, from its runway fashions to celebrity-packed events. Here's what some AP writers are seeing:____A GAME-CHANGING DRESS In this Thursday, Feb. Christmas Nike Air Flight 12, 2015 photo released by Starpix, Zendaya walks the runway at the Go Red for Women Red Dress Fashion Show at Lincoln Center in New York. (AP Photo/Starpix, Kristina Bumphrey)Everyone always asks Adam Selman about that dress, and no wonder: the designer's totally sheer, crystal-encrusted gown for Rihanna at the Council of Fashion Designers of America awards last June Christmas Nike Air Flight made global headlines. It was a game-changer, he said on Friday before his runway show in a Chelsea gallery. It definitely put me on a worldwide scale. It's February, and people are still talking about that dress. I knew it was going to make a big splash but I didn't expect for people to still be talking about it Christmas Nike Air Flight now! Why the huge reaction? I think it was just shocking, and it was just interesting to see a woman feel so confident that she didn't need to be all nipped and tucked, Selman said. She was just so natural, and there was no retouching a£á¡¨ that was her. For his runway show this time, Selman, whose background is Christmas Nike Air Flight in costume design, said he was inspired by the bad-girl characters in the 1974 movie Female Trouble, starring Divine. His runway featured fencing, as in a schoolyard, and the ground was littered with crushed soda cans and wrinkled wrappers. The models hung onto the fences and chatted, or looked in compact mirrors to check their makeup.As for the clothes, Christmas Nike Air Flight they were a colorful, playful mix of schoolgirl gingham and more body-hugging fabrics. Selman said he also wanted to infuse his fashions with an arts-and-crafts theme, so he covered many of his garments with cute little bows as appliques. Colors were evocative of a schoolyard, too: Bubblegum and bottle green were two of Selman's favorites.a£á¡¨Jocelyn Noveck____ROSIE IN REDRosie O'Donnell Christmas Nike Air Flight opened with a wry quip: I had a lot of stress today, I don't know if you heard. Hours after ending her second stint as a host of ABC's The View, O'Donnell was on a fashion runway a£á¡¨ a strange place for her to be, she said a£á¡¨ introducing the American Heart Association's Go Red for Women Red Dress Christmas Nike Air Flight Collection, an annual fashion show featuring entertainment personalities modeling bright red designer dresses to promote awareness of heart disease.O'Donnell donned a red jacket and black pants to open the show Thursday night, but she wasn't hazarding a walk down the runway (and back) teetering on stilettos. That job fell to some 20 women of all ages, culminating in a Christmas Nike Air Flight much-cheered appearance by actress Barbara Eden, the 83-year-old former star of the 1960s series I Dream of Jeannie, who even did her trademark fold-the-arms-and-blink move for the cameras.Eden wore a lacy Carmen Marc Valvo gown. Others at the show, which was presented by Macy's, included TV personality Star Jones in a B. Michael gown, who brought along her tiny Christmas Nike Air Flight white dog on a leash (the dog appeared to be a real pro, hardly flinching in the hot lights and loud music).Some of the biggest cheers were awarded to Laverne Cox, a star of TV's Orange is the New Black and the first openly transgender person to be nominated for an Emmy. Cox twirled at the top of the Christmas Nike Air Flight runway in her gauzy Donna Karan number.The show ended with a song from the girl group Fifth Harmony a£á¡¨ all clad in red, of course.a£á¡¨Jocelyn Noveck____MUSIC MEETS FASHIONMost of the time when you hear a Bon Jovi song in a store, it's playing over a loudspeaker. But Thursday night, around 100 lucky fans were treated to seeing the New Christmas Nike Air Flight Jersey-born rocker perform a bunch of his hits during an intimate acoustic set inside of a Kenneth Cole store in Soho.The performance, as New York Fashion Week began, was part of Common Thread, an initiative the musician started with Cole that provides a platform for the new creators of today and tomorrow to help them find an audience.The initiative Christmas Nike Air Flight benefits both young designers and musicians, something Cole said the pair spent a lot of time discussing.Before the show, the 52-year old musician expressed his feeling that while the technology for making music has gotten simpler, he sees no substitute for raw performance as the true measure of talent. You can have all the bells and whistles of production Christmas Nike Air Flight these days, and these guys that are out there singing on the Grammys with auto-tune, Jon Bon Jovi said. I always used to say, 'I'm going to hand you my guitar, sing me something, and I want to see you play it.' a£á¡¨John Carucci____Follow AP Fashion at twitter.com/AP_Fashion In this Thursday, Feb. 12, 2015 photo released by Starpix, Dinah Christmas Nike Air Flight Jane Hansen of Fifth Harmony, left, and Barbara Eden walk the runway at the Go Red for Women Red Dress Fashion Show at Lincoln Center in New York. (AP Photo/Starpix, Kristina Bumphrey) In this Thursday, Feb. 12, 2015 photo released by Starpix, Laverne Cox walks the runway at the Go Red for Women Red Dress Fashion Show at Lincoln Christmas Nike Air Flight Center in New York. (AP Photo/Starpix, Kristina Bumphrey) In this Thursday, Feb. 12, 2015 photo released by Starpix, Rosie O'Donnell appears on the runway at the Go Red for Women Red Dress Fashion Show at Lincoln Center in New York. (AP Photo/Starpix, Kristina Bumphrey) In this Thursday, Feb. 12, 2015 photo released by Starpix, Ciara walks the runway at Christmas Nike Air Flight the Go Red for Women Red Dress Fashion Show at Lincoln Center in New York. (AP Photo/Starpix, Kristina Bumphrey) In this Thursday, Feb. 12, 2015 photo released by Starpix, Hoda Kotb walks the runway at the Go Red for Women Red Dress Fashion Show at Lincoln Center in New York. (AP Photo/Starpix, Kristina Bumphrey) In this Thursday, Feb. 12, Christmas Nike Air Flight 2015 photo released by Starpix, Cynthia Bailey walks the runway at the Go Red for Women Red Dress Fashion Show at Lincoln Center in New York. (AP Photo/Starpix, Kristina Bumphrey) Bon Jovi performs in New York on Thursday, Feb. 12, 2015 as part an acoustic music series, Common Thread, an initiative created by the award-winning singer-songwriter, and fashion designer Christmas Nike Air Flight Kenneth Cole. (AP Photo/John Carucci) .