5 Instagrams to Follow: New York Fashion WeekThis month’s 5 Instagrams to Follow is in honor of New York Fashion Week. Taking place now, we’ve got everyone from models to our very own exclusive correspondents. See all the fun and never miss a moment with these five feeds.
Follow the official account for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week for all access coverage of the main event. Thier feed includes backstage photos, front row shots, and insights to all of the parties and events in between.
Makeup artist and fashion blogger, Mariale Moreno, is Fashion One’s official NYFW correspondent. Follow her for front row and backstage access to all of the biggest fashion shows and exclusive events during fashion week.
Scott Schuman, the man behind the lens of The Sartorialist, has been capturing some of the greatest street styles for NYFW for years. Everyone knows that the clothes worn on the street at fashion week are just as important as the clothes on the runway. Follow for street style, detail shots, and to see who’s in vogue this year.
Chantelle Brown-Young, aka Winnie Harlow, is this year’s undisputed rising star. With countless campaigns and runways already under her belt, it's no surprise that she’ll be walking for some of the biggest names in the biz this year. Follow for runway shots, backstage hair and makeup, and after show debauchery.
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While New York Fashion Week is obviously about designer clothes and runways, the artistry behind the beauty is becoming more and more important. Follow Pat McGrath, official MUA for Dolce & Gabbana and creator of iconic makeup looks, to see models transformed into works of art.