I don't know about those attending Fashion Weeks these past days, but I think I can relate to them in terms of running late everywhere. I'm not really sure if I would change my daily routine for those bloggers (or models) working at catwalks, but if there's something I'm 100% certain of is that we both wish our days had 30 hours a day.
As I said on previous posts, I got involved on every activity, every group, every possible thing available to do at College and that means there are days when you must attend 3 meetings at the same time. It's very fulfilling, you get to know tons of new and nice people, but sometimes it drives you crazy.
Last Thursday, for example, I organised an "Students 4 Students workshop" at the Architecture School, where a bunch of friends and classmates teach other students at the School some software tips and basically we give advice on architecture stuff. Sort of a masterclass, but managed by the students. I'm the one in charge of organising calendars and times, search for those who will teach, go up and down the whole building if our laptops don't work, and basically control that everything goes perfectly by the time the class ends. That's why I like to be there while the speech goes on. Unless, you are bound to attend a compulsory meeting at the same time, and be elsewhere 1 hour after that!
That's the reason why sometimes, you must to get ready very early in the morning having no idea what places, or what activities you will be facing during the day. Sometimes I don't even have any idea how late I will be getting back home. That's why I always chose super versatile outfits, mostly wearing jeans and layered blouses, jackets and coats. A big backpack or bag is very useful to carry everything from laptop to scarves if there's a drastic temperature change during the day. And a pair of comfy, bright, low heeled booties like those from Bimba y Lola are my go-to essentials.