Which is GREAT for women who hate doing their hair.
Jourdan Dunn, Cara Delevingne, and Rosie Tapner backstage at the Topshop show.
Including Anna Wintour wearing Prada, power clashing, and more!
It didn't hurt as much as they said it would.
Celebrities always sit next to each other in the front row at fashion shows, which makes for some excellently awkward photo ops!
Only at fashion week, guys.
These designers' fur-trimmed creations are straight out of Winterfell.
Sandwiches, wraps, cookies — oh my. Check out the grub real runway models ate backstage at New York Fashion Week.
Blame — or thank, depending on where your sentiments lie — Marc Jacobs.
Boxing gloves made of fur, bizarre pants, and even man shawls.
Dressing like a supermodel doesn't have to cost you a fortune.
Hannah Horvath would enjoy these mixed prints and vintage-y florals.
Lots of velvet and lots of lace on the New York runways.
Wearing red might make you rich, but white will make you smarter.
The Academy of Art University's runway show had some of the most creative and weird clothes at fashion week.
Carbs were ingested! Models...existed! Video selfies are now a Thing! And Instagram is so, so very over.
Enhanced with some fabulous Instagrams.
Give it up for the Blonds, everyone.
The menswear designer has a plan to install GPS technology into your clothing so you never lose a hat or scarf in a cab again.
Steven Cox and Daniel Silver, designers for Perry Ellis by Duckie Brown, break down the essentials of men's fashion.
From leather overalls to outrageous platforms to denim on denim, nothing that's ever been on a runway is off limits in this crowd.
Most people seem more concerned with gossiping about John Galliano. But that could always change when the protests hit London and Paris.
Dozens of street-style photographers crowd outside of New York Fashion Week's most important shows just to get photos of fashion people wearing allegedly stylish outfits. These images show just how crazy it gets.
After dressing Michelle Obama for the inauguration, the designer put on what is sure to be one of the best — and least safe — shows of New York Fashion Week.
Every texture imaginable, including matte, fuzzy and studded, was fair game.
So embrace it; come to terms with it. The fashion industry is just going to keep mining the '90s for trends.
It's only the best cat- and fashion-themed party ever.
She cleaned out her basement and found, among other things, her "old safari clothes."
At Project Runway's 11th fashion week show, only a handful of outfits stood out amidst the amateur creations. But like with every season, it's hard to judge a designer without knowing their personal story and creative process.
Because why on earth would you stage another boring old runway show when you could do THIS?
“I draw inspiration from everything around me, including cats,” said designer Tracy Reese.
She modeled in the show for her clothing line, which came with live music by "IUD," signs that said stuff like "goat pussy," and super awkward model dancing.
You could spend hours going through every runway slideshow from fashion week or just scroll through this and take in fall 2013's highlights.
New York's foot of snow did not keep the hardiest of fashion people from all manner of high heel, shorts, and floor-length chiffon.
Just one of the many problems that can arise when designers popularize something like neon.
These guys talk about breakfast, working out and the runway while hanging out backstage at the Billy Reid fall 2013 show during New York Fashion Week.
A designer projected an unfiltered stream of tweets about the show on a giant screen on the runway. What could go wrong?
Despite the abysmal weather, nothing at fashion week has been canceled — leaving everyone at the shows in a state of denial about the impending doom. (At least, judging by their shoes.)
From mini green juice to mini hairspray. And why is everything in a display case?
They served as the basis for a show that is what every person who fancies themselves terribly cool will want to wear next winter.
Can you spot someone actually eating a Fiber One bar, Kanye West, and fur shoes before your friends can?
It was about 30 degrees in New York when these were taken, so you have to worry about the women who showed up to Fashion Week in sandals and skirts without tights.
I don't know if Pinterest is ready for this.
Not viral in the sense that everyone was sick — but in the sense that NO ONE could resist tweeting about this thing.
"One time I had to pick up one of my models from prison after she stole a banana from Whole Foods."
This is what she looks like now.
It's New York Fashion Week, and please, Instagram is SO last season.