Wrap your head around this: Before the age of live streaming, Instagram, and quick-turnaround digital coverage, if you wanted to see what a designer sent down the catwalk, you actually had to be there. Sure, a review would follow in the dailies or monthlies, but for industry professionals, that was already too late. In that analogue age of fashion, ensuring your show was seen by the A-list (then, buyers and editors) meant getting a slot—ideally one that was neither too late nor too early—on the New York Fashion Week calendar. And for that, you had to call up Ruth Finley, keeper of the schedule, publisher of the Fashion Calendar, and the subject of the documentary Calendar Girl. Read more at Vogue.