First stop: New York Fashion Week

What, Where, When
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After weeks of preparation, Mood Board Magazine is thrilled to launch a new Fashion Season with a first stop at New York Fashion Week. This biannual event marks the starts of a month-long of shows where influencers, fashion bloggers and celebrities fly out to the Big Apple to get a first look on next season’s trends.

Some of the A-list guests already spotted at Calvin Klein’s show include: Doutzen Kroes, Julianne Moore, Karlie Kloss, Paris Jackson, Jake Gyllenhaal…

If you are not a celebrity, fashion influencer a buyers or from the press you can relive the shows on NYFW live channel. Get a first look at next season’s trends on our Instagram @moodboardmagazine for live coverage – brought to you by our New York correspondent Carolina Madrigal.

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One major brand missing from the New York Fashion Week scene is Tommy Hilfiger who will be presenting his Tommy Now show to London Fashion Week on Tuesday 19th of September.

Our Sunday highlight: Nina Tiari. The stylist-turned-designer and Parsons graduate who presented her womenswear Ready-to-Wear collection last February showcased her work for the second time at NYFW. See the live coverage now on our Instagram.

Nina Tiari - Photo: Carolina Madrigal for Mood Board Magazine

Nina Tiari – Photo: Carolina Madrigal for Mood Board Magazine

When?

From the 7th of September through to the 13th September 15th 2017.

Where?

This season, the shows are again taking over the west side of Manhattan. Head over to MADE by Milk Studios in the Meatpacking District, Skylight at Moynihan Station on 33rd Street, and Skylight Clarkson SQ down in West Soho.

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Source: @nyfw Instagram

Source: @nyfw Instagram

 

Sarah Barlondo is the Founder and Editor in Chief at Mood Board Magazine. An entrepreneur and devoted activist, she studied Architecture at Parsons, School of Design and Journalism+Politics at The New School in New York. She founded Access New in New York, the first student coalition for students with disabilities. Sarah Barlondo is now based in London where she studied at the Architectural Association, School of Architecture and is now completing her Architecture degree at Central Saint Martins.