With all of Fashion Week’s cities, shows, and looks, it can be hard to keep up with everything happening throughout the month. Whether it’s a celebrity sighting, an extravagant runway, or chic street style, no one wants to miss out on the fun. Now in the digital age, it’s only a matter of minutes until the latest news and, of course, memes drop.
However, technology has also made it easier than ever to stay in the loop. Social media, in particular, can be a fun and easy way to scroll through all the latest Fashion Week happenings. While you’re in between classes or taking a break from work, a quick glance through your feed can get you all caught up.
Teen Vogue rounded up some of the best people to follow during Fashion Month. With these social media accounts run by fashion editors, writers, influencers, and even models, it’ll feel like you’re right there in the front row.
Tyler McCall, Editor-in-Chief at Fashionista
You may recognize Tyler for her work at Fashionista and her extensive knowledge of Gossip Girl, but she also showcases the glam of New York Fashion Week on TikTok. She captures a front-row look at designers’ collections in just 60 seconds, which is perfect for a busy bee. Plus, she shows followers what her average day at NYFW looks like and her outfits, so you can see all the action from her unique perspective.
Lindsay Peoples Wagner, Editor-in-Chief at The Cut
As a former Editor-in-Chief at Teen Vogue and The Cut’s current Editor-in-Chief, Lindsay is always a go-to when it comes to fashion. During Fashion Month, she shares picturesque views of the runways, highlighting each look in the process. In addition to the captivating visuals, Lindsay’s detailed commentary captures Fashion Week beyond the surface.
Mathieu Simoneau, Model
For a behind-the-scenes look, Mathieu Simoneau’s TikTok is the place to be. Mathieu shares what it’s like to be a model for brands including Tom Ford, Prabal Gurung, and Michael Kors. His videos depict what a day or week in his life looks like during Fashion Month from castings to fittings to shows. Not only do you get to see what it’s like backstage, but you can also see the view from the runway.