September 9, 2013

How-To: New York Fashion Week Fix

You must be living under a rock if you haven't seen many posts, tweets, blogs flying by about the most important bi-annual fashion event: Fashion Week. First stop: NYC. As I'm no where near the City nor the chance of having a (front row) seat at any show, I'm getting my NYFW fix through certain mediums and certain people. Yes, I'm aware of the gazillion people that are reporting on this phenomenon, so here's my list of people you must follow on Instagram to stay up to date on the latest happenings in the City that never sleeps.


List compiled in random order. Though I admire Eva the most because of her job, sense of style and her amazing closet. Hashtag secret confession.

Who do you follow for your NYFW fix?

image c/o Google images



  1. Hello dear,
    would you like to support each other's blogs via facebook and bloglovin? Or maybe you would like me to write a guest post at your blog? It is really sweet, congrats!

    Best wishes,

  2. Ik volg Songofstyle en Stylescrapbook! Ze plaatsen echt te vaak jaloersmakende foto's haha xo

  3. Thanks! Love finding new people to follow on Instagram xx

    Heels Forever

    1. You're very welcome - I love browsing through my Instagram feed all the time. Let me know if there's someone out there I need to follow, too x

      9 out of ten | follow me on bloglovin

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    1. I'm sure you will! I'm giving myself a goal to do it before I'm turning 25 x

  5. I usually just check every night and scroll through the newest Fashion Week photos. They have really great coverage of the shows and sometimes they even have the shows in a video, so you feel like you are there watching.

    Madeline | Ring-a-Round a Rosey | Bloglovin’

    1. VOGUE is great, though I love Instagram more as it's easier. Need to check out those videos though x


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