The Cast Of 'Glee' Take On The Runway In A New David Bowie-Inspired Music Video

The cast of "Glee" for Fashion's Night Out.
Photo: Courtesy of "GLEE" & © 2011 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All Rights Reserved.

As you may or may not already know, the cast of Glee will be co-hosting Fashion's Night Out with Vogue magazine (which is like winning the gold medal at the Fashion Olympics), and the first promotional music video debuted last night during an episode of the hit TV show. BUT, in case you missed it (we watched live AND DVR'd it, obvs), has released it to the interwebs for your viewing pleasure. OK, you need to stop what you're doing right now and watch this thing. We can't type enough OMGs at how AMAZING this vid (and the cast) looks, not to mention that they're dancing down a catwalk singing the David Bowie song "Fashion". You just need to Gleek out and see the full-blown FASH-TASTICNESS for yourself. Right this way, please!

It's important to give you a rundown of the "FASHION!" in this video because you're going to be gasping at Lea Micheles silver sequin Balmain dress and the most INSANE black Nina Ricci platforms dancing along with Heather Morris's feet. In fact, Heather's ENTIRE OUTFIT—specifically the Dolce & Gabbana star coat and Alexander Wang shorts—need to find a way onto our person IMMEDIATELY. We might convulse a little when we type this, but Dianna Agron is rocking her new blonde bob (with streaks of blue and black!) all while clomping around like a Bonnie and Clyde fashion gangster in head-to-toe Marc Jacobs. (HYPERVENTILATING.)

Two of our favorite Gleek-sters, Jenna Ushkowitz and Ashley Fink, completely OWN the runway in the Vogue vid, too, and both top their ensembles with hats, which is a big trend for fall. For the boys, it's all about the shoes, though. Both Darren Criss and Harry Shum Jr. show off their best dance moves wearing colorful Radii sneaks. All in all, there's just too much killer heel action and boys-in-McQueen madness that we've already smeared our lipstick against the laptop screen too many times to count (or admit, oops). To quote Sue Sylvester, "[WE] just LOVE fashion!"


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