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Topic - Jessica Anuna
A touch of nerves over a terrorist alert permeated Day 2 of Fashion Week as the industry ran to and fro Friday through stepped-up security on road and rail.
"I'm not doing anything different really, just being more aware of my surroundings, more alert," Anuna added. "It's not really at the forefront of my mind."
"I was a bit worried to be honest, but I'm confident that New York has it under control," she said after attending shows for Project Runway contestants and the Luca Luca brand.