For the well-dressed and well-shod showgoers and industry insiders who attend, New York Fashion Week is a total sensory overload—and we mean that in the best possible way. Aside from the actual clothes, there’s the front row talent, the flashbulbs, theatrical set designs, pounding music and otherwordly models. It’s all visually arresting, whether you’re in the audience, backstage or out on the street where the style pack roams free.
This season was no exception, with high-wattage shows like Marc Jacobs’ Edie Sedgwick-inspired collection and Proenza Schouler’s modern punk girls and with the best seats filled with the likes of Kimye (a.k.a. Kim Kardashian and Kanye West). So while it’s only fall 2012, we’re already pining for spring 2013. Take a look at the DuJour gallery for a 360-degree view of the New York shows.