Once upon a time there was a little girl taken to Fashion Week in NYC.
Her name was North West.
She didn't find it fun at all. In fact, she cried to show her displeasure. It wasn't a tantrum, she had reasons for crying. And now we know those reasons, since Nori contacted Gail Farrelly, a reporter (she understands baby talk) at The Spoof, to give her the scoop.
Nori said that the place was mobbed and she didn't even have her own seat. Instead she was stuck on her mom's lap. Also, she was hungry, but there didn't seem to be any food in sight. "Phooey," the tot complained.
In addition, she was bored. "My mom picks out my clothes, so why should I have to sit through a parade of outlandish outfits?" the tot whined. "I mean, this is NYC, the entertainment capital of the world," North said, continuing, "I figured I should be out dancing in a club, going to an art exhibit, enjoying the cartoon characters in Times Square -- whatever. Instead, I'm stuck at a boring fashion show. So I started wailing, and soon I was outta there," she said with a big smile.
Before she bid Farrelly good-bye, Nori had a final thought. "Ya know," she confided, "I'm with Oscar Wilde, who once said: Fashion is a form of ugliness so intolerable that we have to alter it every six months."
Out of the mouths of babes. And of Oscar, of course!