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New York’s Fall 2013 Fashion Week

Get a behind-the-scenes look at New York Fashion Week and the scoop on all the upcoming trends.


Fashion fiends, start your engines. This February, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week returns to New York, and with it, a bevy of models, designers, and style icons dictating the trends for the upcoming autumn season. From February 7–14, we’ll give you a look at the Fall 2013 collections from the world’s top designers, as well as the current spring trends from the shows’ attendees. From trend predictions, to behind-the-scenes snaps, to our favorite knockout moments, Diablo will have the scoop on what’s taking the fashion world by storm. Check it out below!



East Bay native and blogger Kailani Andrade [Kailani's Korner] is guest posting on our instagram account and at @StyleDiablo on Twitter. Follow her here and here for a behind-the-scenes peek into the whirlwind ride that is NYFW. She's predicting burgundy and leather will make a reappearance this fall.





Vintage afficianado and Oakland resident Erin Hagstrom, who blogs at Calivintage, is also on the scene and sharing her favorite Fashion Week moments. Check out photos, like this one snapped during the Whit NY presentation, on her Instagram account, and head over to her blog for more runway looks and recaps.





Sherri McMullen, of Oakland's McMullen, is also on the scene, scoping out the latest trends and best runway shows. If you haven't been keeping up with her coverage, check out her daily photo diaries on the McMullen Facebook page. We're particularly impressed with how chic's she's managed to look, despite all the snow! Day One, Day Two, Day Three, Day Four, and Day Five.




More fashion coverage:


-Brush up on spring trends with style reporter Alisha Petro’s daily highlights from Spring 2013 Fashion Week.


-Reboot your style with advice from two East Bay–based stylists and these tips from local fashion bloggers.


-Get the inside scoop on the top designers. Meet Badgley Mischka, Trina Turk, Black Halo’s Laurel Berman, and Milly’s Michelle Smith.


-Perfect your pronunciation. If you’re afraid of butchering a designer name (Proenza Schouler, anyone?), refer to our handy guide.