Fashion Week may seem like an exclusive event for the elite few, but it actually has many amusing parallels that translate to everyday life. From teachable moments on social hierarchies (if you’ve ever seen runway show seat jockeying or a clash of fashion egos, you know what we mean) to tactics to get through a gruelling day, scroll down to see the greatest lessons we’ve learned from Fashion Week.
In the age of social validation, you’ve got to ‘gram up or get out.
We recommend avoiding the habit, but on rare occasions, dropping a well-placed designer name can be impressive.
Nobody does cute like a well-dressed kid.
Just look at her mini trench coat!
Most shows run about thirty minutes late. That said, punctuality is always the best policy.
When you’re going to be on your feet all day, a well-styled pair of sneakers just makes sense.
Is that a banana in your Chanel bag or are you just
happy to see us well-prepared?
Tap water is for peasants. We kid, but there’s something about that green bottle that feels extra special.
There will always be someone who has more than you, and always someone who has less. Try and avoid comparisons, because more often than not, you can hold you own darn umbrella!
We could all learn something from Cara Delevingne’s wacky faces.
Your mobile phone security blanket has your back.
You didn’t wear that sheer lace dress for nothing, right?
Front row, schrmont row.
Have you ever been to fashion week? Did any of these lessons ring true to you? Let us know in the comments below!