New York Fashion Week may be over, but this just means that LFW is already underway!
With shows in multiple countries and thousands of designers trying to get their works in front of the press/buyers/public, there seems to be no way one person can keep up with it all.
At least, that’s probably what you thought.
Here are four easy ways to keep track of all the great things going on in fashion this month (HINT: #4 is the quickest), plus a few things you may have missed during NYFW Spring/Summer 2017.
1. Pick your favorite designers.
What’s the most important part of any Fashion week? Staying on top of the designers you love. With a quick Google alert or search for that short list of must-have labels, you can easily learn that Marc Jacobs moved up his show + changed locations and Ralph Lauren took over Madison Avenue.
2. Pay attention to your email.
If you’re like me, you get 50+ emails a day from Refinery29 to your favorite department store and everywhere in between. During Fashion Month, these messages carry more than just sale alerts. For instance, my favorite ones come from Moda Operandi – they even sent a calendar of events and trends to look out for before fashion week started!
3. Get notifications from the right apps.
Vogue Runway, the official NYFW app and M2M were made just to help you out with this. Instead of sifting through dozens of websites and trend reports, download your favorite fashion app (yes, Polyvore is included) and set your preferred notifications. Before you know it, you’ll have all the details on the event you trule want to know about – including the new Pantone colors, Yeezy Season 4‘s controversial unveiling, Tim Gunn’s amazing retort and Alexander Wang’s Adidas collab that was sold out of pop-up trucks.
4. Or…Just check out my Pinterest board.
To make this whole experience fun and make news easier to digest during your few free minutes a day, I’ve sifted through dozens of collections and curated everything for you on this board. That way, you can learn about the coolest looks and weirdest trends just wth a glance – including how Christopher Kane tried to make crocs cool. Catch it all here.
Then, let me know which designers you want to see the most and/or what your favorite pieces are in the comments! I can’t wait to hear what you think 🙂
Happy Tuesday, everyone!