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Didn't Get to #NYFW? Catch Up on All You Missed with the Help of Top Photographers

In Honor of Design helps you find everything you missed from #NYFW. 

By In Honor of Design

New York Fashion Week is upon us! And in order to bring you everything from the runway looks to the hottest after parties, we're turning to Bravolebs and fashion insiders for their knowledge about the annual pilgrimage to the Big Apple. 

New York Fashion Week is winding down, but there's still so much ground to cover. You can find recaps of each show on designer websites or even watch a live stream, but one of the most intriguing ways to follow Fashion Week is through the lens of the photographers themselves. Here are 10 photographers who will help you catch up on all the stylish fun you may have missed. 

Who: Phil Oh

A well known and influential street style photographer, this fashion veteran knows how to capture the perfect mash-up of fashion's big name editors, unknown trend setters, and street style darlings.

Where to follow: Browse the NY section of Street Peeper and his Instagram feed.

Who: Christian 

Christian (who works under first name only) seems to have a sixth sense for the most stylish men and women that pass through the tents. Christian runs the well known site The Stylegoraph, which captures life infused images of some of NYFW's most stylish.

Where to follow: Updates are posted daily on The Styleograph website as well as Who What Wear.

Who: Arcielle 

Photo: Style Du Monde

Proving that fashion photography isn't just for the predominantly male crowd, Belgian born Arcielle of Style Du Monde travels from fashion week to fashion week around the world to deliver some of the most compelling content in fashion.

Where to follow: You can visit Style Du Monde for daily updates during fashion week, as well as her Instagram feed. 

Who: Tamu MacPherson

With years of fashion editorial experience under her belt, Tamu MacPherson delivers dynamic photography throughout fashion week, capturing both street style and runway scenes that are sure to keep you coming back for more. She also breaks down each look on her site taking runway to relatable.

Where to follow: Updates on her site,  All the Pretty Birds as well as her Instagram.

Who: Andrew Morales 

This Bronx-based photographer shares a fantastic mix of front row runway snaps and street style spontaneity. He does a brilliant job of featuring a range of ethnicities and styles.

Where to follow: Catch daily updates on Morales' Instagram or website.

Who: Asia Typek

A streetstyle photographer on the rise, Asia Typek has a knack for images that are effortlessly captivating. Case in point: Miroslava Duma and Garance Dore walking the streets of NYC in between shows during NYFW. The eclectic casual style of Asia's work is what makes it quite addictive.

Where to follow: Catch updates on her site, Edited-by or Instagram.

Who: Jeff Thibodeau

A fashion and street style photographer, Jeff Thibodeau shares images that immediately draw you into the movement and grace that flows through them. Whether it’s a coveted view of Prabal Gurung or smile exchanges between fashion bloggers, Thibodeau delivers a magnetic feel through his photography.

Where to follow: Daily updates on his website, Street Affairs as well as Instagram.

Who: Timur Emek 

Berlin-based 25 year old street style photographer who travels the globe for fashion month. Emek’s love for photography is almost tangible through his photos and the way he encompasses the energy of a moment. 
Where to follow: You will be able to catch Emek's NYFW image updates on Getty Images. 

Wbo: Bill Cunningham 

Of course, the great Bill Cunningham is the master of street style photography with his uncanny ability to be in the right place at the right time. He captures the most unique sequences in the fashion scene whether they be outrageous street style moments, glamorous women outside of Lincoln Center, or via front row of NYFW shows.

Where to follow: You can find Bill Cunningham's work in the New York Times fashion section and his video column as well.

But that's not all! For the first time, Instagram has a dedicated topic in the explore section to the best of NYFW which includes updates from the eyes of the models, makeup artists, and designers themselves in addition to photographers. Behind the scenes images, live video, and sneak peeks right through the world's most popular social media app.

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