New York Fashion Week—perhaps you've heard of it? The onslaught of fashion everything has already started in New York (as the bi-annual event officially started yesterday—but you knew that already, right?) and shows are well underway. While we know you'll be feverishly following all the shows, and it's easy to do just that thanks to livestreaming, Internet reviews, Twitter and Instagram, we know you want to take it just one step further. Enter Pinterest. Back in September, we told you about 10 NYFW designers making the most out of Pinterest. This week, we're showing you the fashion insiders involved with Fashion Week that you should be following. Think of it as a sensical yet out-of-left-field way to go above and beyond your Fashion Week following tendencies. [And don't forget to follow The Fashion Spot for the latest runway love and more!]
Being the trade association of America's fashion (and accessory) designers, it just makes sense to follow this powerhouse on Pinterest. You'll find behind-the-scenes photos, NYFW coverage and all sorts of other pretty things.
The Creative Director of Marie Claire and Project Runway judge is also a prolific pinner. Her boards feature plenty of lovely accessories and dapper dudes, but our favorites are her boards that succinctly and minutely break down runway trends. We're looking forward to her observations from this Fashion Week.
Lauren Santo Domingo
Lauren Santo Domingo co-founded Moda Operandi, our favorite aspirational shopping website which sells goods basically straight off the runway, so this lady will be paying close attention come Fashion Week. Her Pinterest is chock full of beautiful imagery (and tons of interior inspiration.)
This model and all-around fashion personality is also an avid pinner, posting photos of her model pals, fashion she covets and iPhone pictures from NYFW.
Karolina Kurkova is another top model with a healthy Pinterest addiction, pinning aspirational imagery and plenty including her own face.
Jessica Stam's amazing Pinterest seemingly has it all, from vintage fashion broken down by decade to street style from each Fashion Week. We love her ecclectic (and thorough) pinning style.
For what celebrity stylist Brad Goreski's Pinterest lacks in abundance of boards, it compensates for in quality and scope. He's got fun fashion trends covered, and his preemptive Fall 2013 board has us all sorts of stoked for Fashion Week.