The hottest spots to Instagram during NYFW. What locations are trending besides the runways.
- Graffiti covered walls. From Banksy to Basquiat, Broadway to Brooklyn, there are walls of original art as far as one can see in NYC.
- Caffe Roma at Mulberry and Broome is a hot spot to snap a photo to post.
- Try to work an iconic location of NYC into the background (such as the Statue of Liberty or the Empire State building) with a fashionista in the foreground. Better yet – make yourself the fashionista. And don’t forget, in NYC crosswalks, taxicabs and the subway itself are veritable city-icons, and juxtaposing fashionable wear with everyday life is popular:
- Photos of audience members in the front row of the shows is standard. It shows you were there and had a good seat which is a sign of status at NYFW. Similarly, close-ups of show, party or event invitations are popular. The harder the ticket is to get, the more impressive!
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Or the “I” of Instagram. If Instagram is the place for social media visuals, then NYFW is a mecca of possibilities. Here’s what’s trending:
Always find out the hashtag of the designer, event, show and/or venue you’re attending, as well as #NYFW to be picked up by trending social media.
Instagram is key in the fashion world. Fashion-related Instagram feeds are the 4th most popular ones, after musicians, actor/actresses and athletes (and let’s face it – there’s overlap with fashion in those first three.) That’s why Instagram posts during Fashion Week are so key. Don’t miss this opportunity!