New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 officially kicks off today, so we are sharing some links to put you in the runway mood:
- Mashable tells us how we can follow New York Fashion Week Online.
- Meet the 8 Bloggers Tumblr Is Sending to New York Fashion Week.
- DAZED has details about how much a show during NYFW costs.
- Racked also talks about the Staggering Economics Behind New York Fashion Week.
- 10 Models to Follow on Instagram During NYFW.
- Fashionista introduces us to 20 People, Places and Things to Watch During New York Fashion Week.
- 10 NYFW Events That Combine Art and Fashion.
- 60 Instagram Accounts to Follow During Fashion Week.
- The New York Times Guide: Whom and What to Know. And a NYT article about Lincoln Center losing a bit of luster.
- 12 Designers Making Their NYFW Debuts.
- Kevin Lyons’ Illustrated Guide to NYFW Etiquette.
Fab Links from Our Members
Cocolion is in love with Winona Ryder in Rag & Bone’s Fall/Winter campaign video shot in Coney Island. Check out her fantastic short haircut too.
According to this WSJ article, “some experts say a ‘buy less but better’ movement is brewing“. Quietgirl adds that this seems almost like a motto here on YLF.
30 Ways to Dress Your Best. Caro thought this Esquire article contained fun and good advice.
Stain resistant white jeans from Joe’s Jeans’ collection called “Spotless” do not stay stain resistant forever but they mask stains over time for longer than regular white jeans. Angie wishes they had a pair of non-skinny jeans in their collection so that she could give them a whirl.
The German press reports that Chancellor Angela Merkel has been wearing the same fab silk tunic for eighteen years. Let’s hear it for Team Repeat, says MsMary.
Choose Connection Over Competition. Dianthus has thought about this often, and wonders if other women in a position to influence the lives of the next generation of girls have thought about it too.
Suz enjoyed Maria Popova’s review of Emily Spivack’s book Worn Stories. The author introduces her book as follows: “The clothes that protect us, that make us laugh, that serve as a uniform, that help us assert our identity or aspirations, that we wear to remember someone — in all of these are encoded the stories of our lives. We all have a memoir in miniature living in a garment we’ve worn.”