Last night marked yet another night of synergy between designers and shoppers as Fashion's Night Out inspired New Yorkers to buy all night long at some of the city's hottest stores. Created by Vogue editrix Anna Wintour, NY1 describes the night as "meant to unite designers and retailers for one special night to put some sparkle back in the eyes of shoppers—and to get them off the streets and into the stores" all around the world. It also allowed for some more outlandish behavior on the part of Naomi Campbell.

The 40-year-old model marked her 25th year in the modeling business at the Madison Avenue Dolce & Gabbana store by rocking leather hot pants and t-shirts featuring of her at various points in her career. T-shirt sales went to her charity, "Fashion for Relief." Campbell danced and performed for the crowd with a dozen like-dressed models, and said, "I studied dance way back when, but I gave it up when I became a model. Sometimes I'm just a frustrated older woman who gets these moments when she can get her dance on."

Wintour made appearances all around the city last night, singing copies of Vogue's September issue and hanging out at Macy's to watch Train perform with the crowd. She even obliged some photographers who asked her to pose without her signature sunglasses. She ended the night by watching Vogue editor Hamish Bowles sing "Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love)" at The Rug Company.

But the city's average Janes were also out last night, and the city estimates about 75% of the shoppers bought something and visited stores for the first time. One shopper said, "Just the whole Fashion Night Out makes Fashion Week so accessible to, ya know, the average folks like us who aren't going to make it into the tents. And you get to really feel it out here and everyone you know is out here running out in the street."