If you can't get front row for this year's New York Fashion Week then turn to Twitter to be your all-access guide.
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The social network curated a fashion guide complete with the "it" designers, bloggers, models and fashion icons whose tweets will keep you posted on what's happening at the shows and what new trends are coming back in style.
The list includes more than 50 different people and companies from Nina Garcia to Vogue Magazine that will be live tweeting runway shows. Twitter has also created the hashtag #DayInTheLife to give the Twitterverse a one-stop place to find news and pictures behind-the-scenes of the shows, it's blog announced.
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Followers of the hashtag will be able to see models sitting in for makeup sessions, the celebs at after-parties and designers in last minute meetings and fittings, like the tweets below:
— Badgley Mischka (@BadgleyMischka) September 6, 2012
— Josephine Skriver (@JosephinSkriver) September 5, 2012
This year's Fashion Week has opened its doors even further to the public with approximately one-third of designers live streaming their Spring 2013 collections on YouTube, Livestream and their Facebook pages.
What designers from Fashion Week are you excited to see or read about? Tell us in the comments below.
BONUS: 6 Bloggers Who Tumbled Their Way Into New York Fashion Week
1. Rachel Schwartzmann
Rachel Schwartzmann, current Huffington Post contributor and aspiring fashion writer, created The Style Line in January 2011. She also runs a personal style blog, Le Style Child. The Style Line “features international young style icons and global influencers through personal interviews and in-depth profiles, showcasing talent that has yet to be seen,” writes Schwartzmann. Currently boasting more than 100,000 followers,The Style Line features an array of fashion-loving individuals and creative innovators about to springboard in the industry. Image courtesy of Bryant Eslava
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