5 Reasons Not To Miss THIS New York Fashion Week!

Fashion bunnies get ready! It’s time to gear up for the most glamorous month on the fashion calendar with the start of the Fall/Winter 2015-16 collections: Yes, we’ve landed…at New York Fashion Week!

That’s right, it’s that time of the year again: fashion week season has arrived, and we are pumped and ready for the marathon month! And for those of you who didn’t make the flight, FashionTV’s got you covered with 24/7 coverage of all the front-row, backstage and catwalk action live online as well as broadcast programming.

So, if you’ve not already slipped on your chicest winter coat, skinny jeans and Louboutin heels, here are 5 reasons not to miss this New York Fashion Week!

1. Major Model Moments

Whether you’re keeping up with Kendall Jenner, on the look out for Gigi Hadid, or hoping for Gisele to make a major runway appearance, we’ve got our cameras ready to capture the major model moments of the season.

2. Hilarious Front Row Seat Quotes!

In the words of Whoopi Goldberg: “If there’s a [Jeremy Scott] SpongeBob top I can squeeze into, then believe me, I’m going to have it on!” And that’s just the start of front-row quotes that FashionTV will be catching just for you! Despite some, shying away from front-row attention; you can tell a lot about a designer by who sits on their front row…

3. Hot Hair-spiration

Get one step ahead of the game! Every season, FashionTV takes you behind the scenes for an exclusive look at all the hottest hair and beauty looks. We speak to stylists who reveal their secrets, tips and tricks that set the trends for the new season. So, you too can be first to try the trends with your friends!

4. Hello Trends!

Weather beauty, hair or style trends, we’ll be on the look out for things hitting the catwalk (and the streets) in three! What does this mean? If it appears more than three times, then yes, fashion friends, it’s a trend! Do you have any predictions for the Fall/Winter 2015 mood board?

5. Goodbye Lincoln Centre (sad face)

This season, marks the end of a fashion era, and is set to be the last that the Lincoln Center – and Mercedes-Benz – host the grand event. As the event begins to sprawl across the city, with designers looking for a more urban and underground edge than a commercial venue offers, big changes are in the making for the next New York Fashion Week.