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WATCH: This Is How A Fashion Show Gets Built In 17 Seconds

Didn't make the snowy trek to Prabal Gurung's NYFW show this week? Watch how it came together -- from production to standing ovation -- in a cool 17 seconds, snow boots not required.
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Anna Wintour, Carolina Herrera and Hailee Steinfeld were all spotted front row at Prabal Gurung's fall 2014 show at the Skylight at Moynihan Station on Feb 8th.  The young designer’s show was memorable for many reasons -- with models working the runway in beautiful tapestry-prints and lose fitting suits, and also for the appearance of a precarious catwalk streaker who interrupted the show dressed (or undressed) in a leopard-print banana hammock, a crown, jacket  and tube socks.

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Skylight Group, the events firm responsible for the production of Gurung's show (along with Rag & Bone and Ralph Lauren), created a video showing 75 people working for 34 hours to turn New York's historic, 1912 James Farley Post Office by Penn Station into a Himalayan-inspired catwalk and condensed it into 17 seconds. 

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Check out the timelapsed video above to see the handiwork behind the show.