Interesting - the Post has a sorta followup to yesterday's Daily News story about Fashion Week being tents non grata at Bryant Park next February. Though yesterday's Daily News article had Vogue editor Anna Wintour saying that Mayor Bloomberg would support fashion - and tents in Bryant Park - in spite of the park's desire to keep the ice rink up, the Post says Diane Von Furstenberg couldn't convince Bloomberg to keep the tents there. Von Furstenberg, designer and president of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, made a "personal appeal" to ask Mayor B to prevent the tents' eviction, but "instead he'll work toward finding another suitable location," according to a CFDA executive that told the Post. So, the locations that may see the Spring shows next February: Javits Center, Lincoln Center, and Chelsea Piers.

Our readers were divided between wanting The Pond or Fashion Week tents: The skating rink is for everyone, but Fashion Week brings in money and prestige to the city. But the best suggestion was "Fashion on Ice." Anyway, in the words of Michael Kors - and as sung by Santino Rice - "Lighten up, it's just fashion!" And last year, the Project for Public Spaces called Bryant Park an "endangered public space" because of Fashion Week's tents.

Photograph of the tent at Bryant Park this past week by Stuart Ransom/AP