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Photography September, 5 2013

10 Instagram Accounts to Follow During New York Fashion Week 2013

This week we decided to change things up a bit – instead of the typical five, we are giving you 10 Instagram accounts to follow in light of New York Fashion Week 2013. You don’t want to be the only person that doesn’t know what’s going on at NYFW, do you? Didn’t think so. Below are our 10 must-follow Instagram accounts during New York’s infamous Fashion Week, including ours at @highsnobiety.

@ettong1979 – Eugene Tong is currently the style director at Details.

@heronpreston – For everything BEEN TRILL, HOOD BY AIR and PYREX VISION, be sure to follow the man who “helps people dream.”

@asvpxrocky – This pretty motherfucker doesn’t need a blurb.

@thesartorialist – Scott Schuman began The Sartorialist with the idea of creating a two-way dialogue about the world of fashion and its relationship to daily life. In addition to the blog, Schuman’s work has been featured in GQVogue ItaliaVogue Paris and Interview. 

@nickwooster – At 51 years young, Nick Wooster is one of the most stylish streetstyle icons on the planet.

@youngjunkoo – Always on the streets of New York City, if you have yet to see him, you aren’t a true fashion lover.

@tommyton – This Canadian photographer is mainly known for his fashion blog Jak & Jil and, of course, his second-to-none streetstyle coverage.

@nicolaformichetti – Widely known as the new artistic director for Italian fashion label Diesel, Nicola Formichetti is also known for being a frequent collaborator with singer-songwriter Lady Gaga.

@gq – This one should be a no-brainer, be sure to follow Gentleman’s Quarterly for the latest and greatest during NYFW.

@openingceremony – What began as a single store in downtown New York is now a global community with outposts in New York, London and Los Angeles, a department store in Tokyo, a wholesale showroom, an in-house clothing line, a blog, an e-commerce site, a TV channel, and an annual magazine. So yeah, they’ll have you covered.

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