NYFW With Stylelist Pt. 1

There’s nothing worse than leaving your city only to realize you’ve left something behind. Scratch that — there’s nothing worse than leaving your city for New York Fashion Week only to realize you’ve left something behind. The hustle and bustle of quite possibly the busiest city in the world during the busiest week of the season is enough to leave anyone anxiety-ridden in fetal position, which is why Danielle and I have taken it upon ourselves to post our NYFW Survival Guides on Stylelist Canada — one per day for sufficient preparedness.

If you’re not dropping your everyday responsibilities to be in the Big Apple, read them anyway! They also serve as a recap of what we’re experiencing throughout the week. If you dare to live vicariously through us (although we wouldn’t recommend it because it’s Day 5 and we are horribly exhausted), click through each day to follow along with our adventures — including but not limited to various celeb sightings, outfit decisions, and non-life-threatening (but still unfortunate) illnesses.


Excerpt: To many, fashion week is all about dressing up, hanging out with friends, going to parties, drinking free booze (maybe), eating free food (maybe), watching fashion of all varieties, Instagrammin’ and thinking about clothes for 20 hours of the day. But in reality, all of these things play a part in one of the most anxiety-ridden weeks of our year.



Excerpt: …we’re willing to take another chance at impractical outfit choices; after all, if we’re going to wear ourselves thin running around all week, we sure as hell should look great doing it.



Excerpt: Now that we’ve gotten a taste of what a jam-packed day at New York Fashion Week entails, we’ve psyched ourselves up for tomorrow; after all, if we can handle a starry-eyed run-in with Solange Knowles without acquiring a restraining order then we’re pretty sure we’re golden.



Excerpt: Though the Weather Network claims a big, black cloud will be looming over us all afternoon, it might just make the perfect ambience for AllSaints’ spring 2014 presentation. We have no idea what to expect, but we’re taking bets on a chock-full of moody colour stories, luxe draping and a large helping of edge.

One Comment

  1. Posted September 9, 2013 at 8:19 pm | Permalink

    such a well written article, job well done guys!
    13 FRIDAYS

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  1. By blog | kastor & pollux | based in toronto, canada on September 20, 2013 at 8:41 am

    [...] before you refer to the below posts, check out the first collective of our NYFW experience in part one of our NYFW survival guides (documented very ~lovingly~ on Stylelist Canada, of course). Once you [...]

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