Fashion Week is just around the corner, and whether you’re RSVPing your tuchus off or want to spy on what’s new in fashion from the comfort of your own home (snuggie, anyone?), these mobile apps will make your NYFW adventure that much more… well, adventurous, or your social media creeping that much more… creepy?
1. CFDA NYFWLIST
NYFWLIST, a desktop and mobile app by The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA), allows users to see a list of all of the presentations and shows being held that week. You can search by presentation, show, menswear, womenswear and location, and with a single click add them to your desktop calendar.
2. Style.com Mobile
Style.com‘s mobile app automatically updates your device with the most current coverage of runways, parties and videos you can enjoy anywhere, anytime.
The Made app is your partner-in-crime at the show or if you’re livestreaming at Made’s website. You can use the app to see the looks in real time as they’re going down the runway, while still being able to take notes, tweet, save your faves, access designer information — and way more!
ChicFeed makes checking out the latest Fashion Week pics a breeze by consolidating them onto a single feed.
5. The Cut on the Runway
If you just can’t keep up with all of the shows going on, this fashion app from The Cut will really come in handy: It provides current reviews, snapshots and news, not to mention runway show videos and backstage coverage.
6. Fashion GPS Radar
Fashion GPS Radar allows you to RSVP for all of your shows in one place, locate your shows on an interactive map, and check in by scanning your personal barcode.
Trusper is a free mobile app and website that allows you to share and discover fashion, beauty and DIY tips with friends, family and fans — allowing you to mimic styles and makeup looks that are hitting the runway with ease.
8. Speak Chic
Sure, you love fashion icons like DVF and Louis Vuitton, Louboutin and Proenza Schouler — but are you saying their names right? Never flub your fave fashion lingo again, thanks to Speak Chic: A mobile app that helps you pronounce the difficult of the difficult in womenswear, menswear, accessory, makeup, shoe and watch brands.
What better way to feel like you’re sitting in the front row at Fashion Week than by following those who really are? Here are just some of the fabulous trailblazers you should start Insta-creeping, stat: