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The vibe on Robertson made us think of what it's like to live in a real, live city -- groups of people lining the streets, high-pitched laughter piercing the night sky, a general atmosphere of frolick. The retail stretch was home to some of FNO's most anticipated parties: namely, the Phillip Lim/Refinery 29 entry, in particular. Down the street at Rock & Republic, women in booty short gyrated in the windows?classy, no? Moods of Norway did an old-fashioned cookout -- God bless them, one of the complaints we heard frequently during the evening was "I thought there would be food."
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