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by Larry Chiang on February 4, 2015

Larry Chiang’s 6th book, “What They Will NEVER Teach You at Stanford Business School WTWNTYASBS”, will launch 11-11-19 in a photo-booth like the Tresemme two-story tradeshow booth New York Fashion Week. As CEO of Duck9, he leads an army to help college student consumers get a FICO over 770. Post H.L.S. keynote, Harvard Business wrote: “What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School” (his latest post: “Setting an intention for SXSWi“.

NY Fashion Week is just like the Mom’s Day Fashion Show. Instead of the ‘Union’, its held at Lincoln Center
By Larry Chiang 
In Silicon Valley, VCs speak of runway as a fixed amount of oxygen. Once consumed, you die. Once you’re out of runway, you’re bankrupt. 
I say duck bankruptcy. Duck #Ch9 bankruptcy. 
You see, my prior masters degree in super modeling (pay attention to #SuprMdl545’s free version online) and a degree in engineering made me come to this conclusion: Runways are a form of distribution. Runways are platforms to launch and make money while you’re launching. Runways are also place to dance.
In February, look for me sitting front row at fashion week shows:

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
INVITE: Concept Korea Fall/Winter 2015 Runway Show
Feb 13. 9am pavilion @LincolnCenter

Fashion Week is February 7-20, 2015. Annually circa valentines day

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
{PICTURES} HONOR F/W 2012 MBFW Runway Show

Do you realize I launched a book 09-09-09 at Lincoln Center at IMG’s Fashion Week?! 

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
@rfberry last book was vanity at a fashion show runway. It celebrated me. At a cemetery, no one will come and it’ll remind me we all end up

2015 has photographers elevated at New York Fashion Week

New York Fashion Week has protection wrapping so that runways sparkle and shine. This is Tory Burch at Avery
If you need for me to sit front row, PayPal me $28.8k to “Larry“. Alternatively, I’ll accept trade in clothes because I’m just that awesome. 

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