New York Fashion Week is well underway, bringing with it all sorts of stylish shenanigans. Purses made of fresh produce? Check. Celebrity cameos on the runway? Yup. Poorly timed downpours? That too.
As Highsnobiety enters the homestretch, we're calling it: these were the most shareable, Instagram-able moments of NYFW.
Arca at Proenza Schouler
An auspicious start to NYFW, Arca opened Proenza Schouler's runway show, marking the first of several subsequent musician-turned-model moments — namely, Ethel Cain at Eckhaus Latta and Caroline Polachek at Puppets and Puppets.
Broccoli bags at Collina Strada
Spring's hottest accessory comes from the produce aisle. "GOT MILKWEED," a collection inspired by the lifecycle of the butterfly and its role in pollinating plants, featured an equally earth-minded it-bag: a hunk of broccoli adorned with Swarovski crystals.
Gooped-up skin at Eckhaus Latta
Skincare was the beauty moment at Eckhaus Latta, where makeup artist Fara Homidi brushed Freeman Beauty's Infusion Peel-Off Mask over models' faces before they paraded down the runway with shiny, otherworldly looking skin.
Doja Cat & Charli XCX at Heaven
Heaven, Marc Jacobs' painfully cool sister brand, brought all the kids to Bushwick for a late-night party at Elsewhere. The fashion crowd packed in to see Doja Cat and Charli XCX, outfitted in Heaven's latest collection, perform. Bangers only!
Tyler Mitchell at Marni
Photographer Tyler Mitchell made his runway debut at Marni, selling a silky lavender suit for a star-studded audience that included the likes of Anna Wintour, Kendall Jenner, and iann dior.
Rain, Travis Barker, and free NFTs at Tommy Hilfiger
The show must go on! Braving a downpour, attendees at Tommy Hilfiger perched under umbrellas to behold a cast of characters including Julia Fox and Richie Shazam walk a rainy runway. In a grand finale of epic proportions, Travis Barker — seated in the front row with Kourtney Kardashian — jumped onto the runway to deliver a lesson in shirtless drumming.
Barker wasn't the show's only attraction. Part of Hilfiger's "phygital" experience, guests could collect a special "Tommy Factory" NFT, displayed on the walls of the venue.