New York Fashion Week kicked off in New York City this week with fashion designers from around the world. The exclusive fashion show seats are often very pricey or reserved for high end designers and fashion’s elite. App developers have created a way to give access to fashion lovers who don’t have access to a ticket. Here are a few apps that sync with shows and events related to NYFW and inspiration from the runway.
NYFW App. – The official NYFW organizers created an app with show schedules and a list of designers featured in the shows focused on Fall 2016. The app also includes videos, venues and information about the venues for the show. The NYFW app is available on iOS and Android devices.
Flipboard App – The flipboard app has some amazing features that are good for fashion bloggers. Designers from the show often share features that show exclusive shots from the shows. The magazine sharing app features photos, videos, blogs and articles.
Moda Operandi – This app connects fashionistas with designers and styles straight off the runway. The app gives fashion lovers direct shoppable links to a lookbook and websites with the latest styles inspired by leading designers.
Other styles can be found on luxury designer apps. Rachel Zoe and Tommy Hilfiger are among luxury designers that have apps that feature fashion from some of the shows.
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