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Watch Fashion Week Shows Without An Invite Thanks To Live-Streaming

September 10, 2010 by jillweiskopf
shefinds | beauty

Fashion Week invite get lost in the mail? Fret not, as many of your favorite designers are streaming their Spring/Summer 2011 shows live from the runways this season. On Saturday, you won’t want to miss Alexander Wang at 5pm via Style.com/Live and on Sunday at 1pm, tune into DKNY’s show on the brand’s Facebook page at Facebook.com/DKNY. Oh, and if you haven’t bookmarked MarcJacobs.com already, do so now as the site will be live-streaming the Marc Jacobs show on Monday at 8pm and the Marc by Marc collection on Tuesday at 4pm.

For a full list of live-streaming shows, check out the schedule at nymag.com’s The Cut blog.

Taking things a step further, Burberry has introduced its “Retail Theater.” On September 21st, 25 Burberry boutiques worldwide will live-stream the brand’s S/S 2011 show during an exclusive event where customers will be able to order items immediately on iPads provided in the stores.

Akris Resort 2011

Neiman Marcus is also stepping its tech game up and will stream live video of the Akris Fall 2010 and Resort 2011 collections during today’s annual Crystal Charity Ball luncheon and fashion show in Dallas, where viewers can immediately buy a select number of looks from the shows. Computers just got chicer.

While it’s always fun to see what next season has in store, find great picks to wear now in our guides to the best fall handbags, leather jackets, and must-have belts.

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