How To Stream The Tom Ford NY Fashion Week Show
It's the most wonderful time of the year (almost). And no, I'm not talking about the holidays, I'm talking about New York Fashion Week. If you can't make it to the runways themselves, you can actually stream the Tom Ford NYFW show, meaning you can watch all the magic unfold from the comfort of your own couch. So, while you may be watching his beautiful designs down the runway and staring in awe, you can do so plopped down, sweatpants on.
New York Fashion week should be a national holiday, if we're being honest. It's the one week of the year in September when New York turns into the ultimate fashion playground (of course, it always is, 365 days out of the year). But for this one week, the most stylish of the city come and gather. A bonus? Style superstars from all over the country and world attend, too, so it's pretty much fashion eye candy. And I've got a terrible sweet tooth.
This fall, designers are showing their spring/summer 2017 collections from Wednesday, September 7 to Friday, September 16. And though we've got months and months of bitter cold weather ahead of us, it's always exciting to see what's around the corner, when New York unthaws and we get to put on spring and summer's very best and biggest trends.
Of course, not all of us can watch front row. Or in person, at all. Luckily, though, there are a few shows you can live stream, including one of our favorite designers: Tom Ford.
Tom Ford's spring/summer 2017 collection will be happening on Sept. 7 at 7 p.m. ET, and you can stream it on Tom Ford's website, according to E!.
Let's take a look at some of Tom Ford's most beautiful looks from his last collection, shall we?
I mean, how beautiful is this dress from the fall/winter 2016 collection?
Oh, yes, we're in love.
It's all in the details, and Tom Ford always gets it right.
This coat is pretty much everything to me.
Looking at all these looks has got me pretty hyped to see what his spring/summer 2017 collection will bring. And, this is the first NYFW show we're watching on Facebook Live, which is pretty fancy. If this is the future for fashion shows, I'm all about it. There's something so special about seeing it in person, or on video, rather than just photos.
If you're a Tom Ford fan (who isn't), you'll definitely want to tune in for this one.