It's D-Day for New York Fashion Week . Your boss did not deign to grant you some holidays and offer you a stay in Manhattan? No problem, we have the solution: Instagram. Why move to the other side of the Atlantic when a social network (on which we are already glued all year) offers us a dive in the first weeks of fashion. Parades, backstages, evenings: all these events are "instagrammed" minute by minute by a plethora of happy few. We have selected those that are really worth being followed.
What's better than an American fashion institution to plunge us into the madness of New York fashion shows? The account of the CFDA allows us to embed ourselves in front row, to see the sketches of the collections presented or to access the preparations of the shows.
Described as a "worldly chronicler", Derek Blasberg literally passes his life and especially his nights with fashion people. Shows, dinners, parties: his account is the best way to attend all these events without even being invited. Convenient.
Our American Marie Claire acolytes run parades in fashion shows to bring us New York Fashion Week in real time on their Instagram account. A dedication for which we are eternally grateful to them.
Fashion Week is also happening in the street. The Instagram account of photographer Adam Katz Sinding and his hundreds of streetlooks shots are proof. What give us a good overview of New York trends.
If Bryan Boy has more than 500,000 followers on Instagram, it's not for nothing. The blogger brings Fashion Week (and his hectic life) to life with videos of parades, selfies with Karlie Kloss and social after-shows. We almost believe it.
To spot the new rising American designers, you can immediately follow @milkstudios, the venue for their parades and presentations every season. Nothing like to spot the next Alexander Wang or Public School .
Deciphering fashion with humor and derision? This is the motto that Léandra Médine, founder of the fashion blog The Man Repeller, applies (also) to the fashion shows she attends throughout Fashion Week. From his tasty punchlines to the glimpses of fashions shows, we've become addicted.
Inspiring streetstyles, intoxicating parades: The Instagram account of The Coveteur makes us live New York fashion from the front row, when it does not get into the dressing room of our favorite it-girls. To follow without moderation.
More than just (very) slender girls who parade on catwalks, the models are the new it-girls to follow, especially in the period of Fashion Week. We follow their lives at 100 per hour on the accounts of their agencies like Next Models and IMG.
Undisputed queen of streetstyles , Miroslava Duma has another talent: make videos on Instagram. Mannequins, personalities, creators: the Russian fashion editor approaches fashion people to (very) closely and makes them enjoy all her followers. Even better than a VIP backstage pass.