What It's Actually Like to Work at NYFW

Amanda Stavropoulos

As a fashion student, being told you get to jump on a plane and fly to New York Fashion Week has to go down as one of the greatest days of school. Ever.

We spoke to a handful of lucky students from The Fashion Institute in Sydney, who got to travel to the other side of the world to witness what goes into producing a world-class show.

In the fashion industry, hands-on experience is vital. Learning what goes into putting together a runway production—from PR to styling and model castings—it is the best way to get a true understanding of what it’s all about. Not to mention, a great way to make contacts and get ahead.

Keep scrolling as four students describe what it was like to work on the Dion Lee, TOME, Karen Walker and Rachel Comey shows.

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