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Whitney Port's Fashion Weeks flats

Published 18/09/2015

Whitney Port
Whitney Port

Whitney Port shares her tips for surviving Fashion Month.

(Cover) - EN Star Style - Whitney Port's cute flats are a lifesaver during Fashion Week shows.

The reality star turned designer is a firm fixture on the front row during the bi-annual event, which has just wrapped in New York as the London leg begins today.

Whitney has shared some tips on how to survive Fashion Month, one of them being comfortable footwear.

"No matter what heels I’m wearing, they are never comfortable - especially when I need to wear them all day long, running from show to show. The key to being prepared for this inevitable pain is carrying Band-Aids!" she told

"Okay, okay. I must admit Band-Aids aren’t the only key to comfy feet. A pair of cute flats in your tote is a lifesaver. I love these Madison Harding [Natalie Fringe Flat Slide] ones because even if I get photographed with them on, they are still super cute!"

Moving from venue to venue to soak in all of fashion's latest offerings, Whitney has to ensure she stays hydrated throughout the day. To keep her thirst and hunger at bay the blonde beauty relies on juices, that way she doesn't have to worry about when her next meal is.

She makes sure she feels fresh throughout the events too, using Trish McEvoy's No. 3 Snowdrop & Crystal Flowers Eau de Toilette for a quick spritz.

"Fashion week is filled with super-tight quarters. There are lines and crowds everywhere. It’s also hot this time of year, no matter where you are!" she added. "I like to bring this scent with me wherever I go to keep my scent game on point! I do not want to be one of those people who are known for smelling bad!"

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