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Free Fashion Week Events You Can Get Into

Free Fashion Week Events You Can Get Into

New York Fashion Week kicks off tomorrow with Nicholas K at 9am, Here’s some events you can attend and freebies you can score.


The DZCFPWDAG is a new state-of-the-art, anti-aging center in New York City presented by Kiehl’s. A patented 6.5 step youthification program will be complimentary to the public to keep your Blue Steel runway fresh. Visit 77 8th Ave. on Feb. 9 -11 from 4 p.m. – 8 p.m., Feb. 12 3 p.m. – 9 p.m. and Feb. 13 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.


Beauty-on-the-go app Priv has outposts set up in Triumph Hotels all around the city — including Nomad, Flatiron, Upper West Side — to offer complimentary makeup touch-ups and mini manicures, ensuring that you are camera-ready at all times. Customers can get a single service on a first-come first-serve basis; see when and where to go by heading here.

Head to The Liquor Cabinet at The Gregory Hotel (42 W 35th St), where you can watch livestreams of runway shows and catch live interviews with industry influencers, designers, and models beginning February 11th. Custom cocktails created by the likes of Nanette Lepore and Hickey Freeman will be available, and you’ll also have the chance to check out maps decorated by Charlotte Ronson, Shoshanna, Eugenia Kim, and more with each designer’s fave NYC destinations, as well as shop the latest collections from KahriAnne Kerr and Sarah Carson. Lastly, participate in a fireside chat with Fashion Week Online director Chris Collie on Tuesday at 6pm, where he will recap runway trends. Fashion Week at the Liquor Cabinet is open daily, 9am—9pm, through February 18th.

On February 11th, enter the code FINDNYFW into your Uber app for the chance to request a free gift filled with exclusive iteme, as well as a $200 Theory gift card and Violet Grey emergency kit courtesy of fashion e-commerce platform Lyst.

Mixology Clothing Company is teaming up with W Hotel in Union Square to launch a new social media campaign, #HowIMix, for Fashion Week. Celebrate the new venture Thursday, February 11th in the Great Room at the W New New York Union Square (201 Park Ave S) starting at 8pm; RVSP to before stopping by.

Fashion tech startup and online marketplace Nineteenth Amendment is hosting a public, shoppable Fashion Week experience at Macy’s Herald Square featuring its top designers from Manhattan and the rest of the Northeast on Friday, February 12th from 6pm to 9pm and all day on Saturday, February 13th.

On Saturday, February 13th, Rebecca Minkoff is inviting you to #SeeBuyWear her spring 2016 runway show at 96 Greene Street. After the show, you’ll be able to shop the collection, get tips from the beauty pros (who will be recreating the looks for guests), and even meet the woman behind the brand. RSVP to before stopping by.

Perfect365, the beauty app that perfects your #selfies, is providing attendees free coffee on February 12th at Moynihan Station from 9am to 5pm and again on February 13th at 550 Washington Street from 12pm to 8pm. If you are at the fashion shows Perfect365 will be handing out selfie sticks to those front row and backstage at the following shows: Leanne Marshall (February 13th, 3pm at 555 Washington St), Dorin Negrau (February 16th, TBD, at Pier 59), and Laurel Dewitt (February 18th, 8pm at 1Oak).

FTL Moda’s runway show, The Revolution Continues, proves that at its core, fashion should feel good. It’ll feature models like Madeline Stuart, who has Down Syndrome, and Shaholly Ayers (who will walk with her prosthetic arm) who’ll show off designs to the public from the likes of FuMo Bespoke and Lulu et Gigi at the Angel Orensanz Foundation for the Arts (172 Norfolk St) on Monday, February 15th starting at 6pm. Learn how you can snag one of the public tickets by heading here.


Get catwalk-worthy hair at Tresemmé’s Spring Studios (50 Varick St) between February 11th through February 16th, where you can also watch exclusive behind-the-scenes footage from NYFW and test out the latest hair trends while enjoying free coffee and charging stations. Book an appointment time at




ElizaBeth Taylor is a journalist for Times Square Chronicles and is a frequent guest at film, fashion and art events throughout New York City and Los Angeles due to her stature as The Sensible Socialite.Passionate about people ElizaBeth spent many years working as a travel reporter and television producer after graduating with high honors from University of Southern California. The work has afforded her the opportunity to explore Europe, Russia, South America, Asia, Australia and the Middle East. It has greatly influenced the way in which ElizaBeth sees a story and has created a heightened awareness for the way people around the world live today.

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