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How To Experience NYFW Without Attending NYFW

Join the hype without leaving your room

While some people feel as though social media invokes a very real sense of FOMO, this is not the case during New York Fashion Week. In fact, during NYFW social media serves as a means of inclusivity. Thanks to platforms like Instagram and Snapchat, no longer are fashion fans prohibited from entering the exclusive shows of fashion week and gone are the days of having to wait six months for magazines (LOL, hi) to showcase clothing shown months before. In fact, some designers (we’re looking at you Rebecca Minkoff) make the process so instantaneous that they allow attendees to purchase clothing immediately after the runway show.

It’s been said millennials crave immediate satisfaction, and it doesn’t get more immediate than fashion week in 2016. So, how does one get in on this? We’ve rounded up the coolest bloggers, influencers, and editors who will be in attendance, (and divided them by social media platform) giving you an insider look at one of the biggest fashion events of the year. Put on your coziest sweats and charge up your laptop to get the best #views of the action from home.


Instagram is undoubtedly the most well-crafted representation of New York Fashion Week. With carefully selected filters, coveted backstage photos, and beautifully curated images, this platform will be the place fashion-savvy folks will be flocking to.

Who to follow:

Danielle Bernstein, Blogger @weworewhat

Council of Fashion Designers of America @cfda

IMG Models @imgmodels

Dylana and Natalie Suarez, Bloggers @dylanasuarez @natalieoffduty

MADE, Fashion platform @made

Aimee Song, Blogger @songofstyle

Coco Rocha, Model @cocorocha


It doesn’t get more behind-the-scenes than Snapchat. From designers showing off makeup looks pre-runway to models snapping the action going on backstage, Snapchat is the ultimate insider's resource to keeping up with fashion week.

Who to follow:

Gigi Hadid, Model and influencer @itsgigihadid

Kristie Dash, Beauty content creator @kristiedash

Naomi Campbell, Supermodel @iamnaomi

Who What Wear, Digital fashion

Karlie Kloss, Model @karliekloss

Image via Snapchat @gigihadid


Don't forget about Twitter in a sea of image-focused platforms. Many still favor Twitter when it comes to commentary on shows, posting of-the-moment updates, and the realest views on fashion week. 

Who to follow: 

Fashion Week Official, @fashionweek

Catt Sadler, E! News host, @iamcattsadler

BryanBoy, Blogger, @bryanboy

Stella Bugbee, Editorial director of The Cut, @stellabugbee

Meredith Mickelson, Model@meredithmgm

Live Stream / Facebook Live / Live Designer Shows

Clearly the future of fashion week, live streams have become the go-to method to make sure you’re as close to the action as possible. Kanye kicked us off this season by streaming Yeezy Season 4 on Tidal, and other designers and fashion week locations are close behind.

Who to tune in to:

NYFW Official,

Now Fashion,

MADE Official,

Milk Studios

Tommy Hilfiger SS17 on Friday, Sept. 9th at 7pm EST

Alexander Wang SS17 on Saturday, Sept. 10th at 9pm EST

NYLON Editors

And of course, your NYLON crew will be in on the action, so check out the editors who will be running around the city, bringing you the fashion week coverage you’re craving. 

Who to follow:

J. Errico, Fashion Director, on Instagram and Twitter

Dani Stahl, Style Director, on Instagram and Twitter

Marissa Smith, Senior Fashion Market Editor, on Instagram and Twitter

Jade Taylor, Beauty Director, on Instagram and Twitter

Gabrielle Korn, Digital Editor-in-Chief, on Instagram and Twitter

Jenna Igneri, Digital Assistant Editor, on Instagram and Twitter

Hayden Manders, Senior Digital Writer, on Instagram and Twitter

Austen Tosone, Assistant Editor, on Instagram and Twitter

Ziggy Mack-Johnson, Digital + Editorial Assistant, on Instagram

And, don’t forget to follow NYLON on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat (@nylonmag) for all things fashion week.