New York Fashion Week Is Here

The Fashion Week calendar is certainly not as jam-packed as it once was, but there is still a palpable buzz and excitement in the city that never sleeps now that New York Fashion Week has rolled around.

While we’re already deep diving into the current season’s trends – and many designers are, in fact, opting for see-now-buy-now collections – it’s always exciting to look ahead at what’s to come.

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The big news this NYFW is that Fendi and Marni are crossing oceans and showing in the city this season (it’s the baguette bag’s 25th anniversary!). Before anyone stresses about maxing out their credit card, we’re happy to report that the Narciso Rodriguez x Zara collaboration, which retails from $45.90 to $499, is launching today at

Speaking of affordability, Puma and COS will also be showing. We’ll of course be following it all – from high to low – and reporting back on all the need-to-know trends.

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