By Erica Murphy
New York Fashion Week kicks off Thursday, giving us a glimpse into what crazy trends we can expect to see in the Spring.
The Fall 2015 show gave us partially wet hair and a re-emergence of culottes, so who knows what's in store for us. And since NYFW has a new logo and a new location (no more Lincoln Center), where expecting the Spring 2016 show to be like nothing we've ever seen before. If you can't get a front-row seat yourself, these power women will show you everything you need to know, via Instagram.
1. Pat McGrath
She's a British make-up artist, and Vogue has called her one of the most influential in the world. Bold color is part of her signature, so expect to see some pretty wild sights.
2. Karlie Kloss
Between starting school at NYU, gaining fame as a member of Taylor Swift's #girlsquad, and launching her own YouTube channel, Kloss is anything but your typical model. We can't wait to see her take on the runway this season.
3. Kendall Jenner
Despite being part of the Kardashian family, Kendall Jenner has actually made a name for herself, on her own, in the fashion world. And it wasn't just because she walked the runway with a see-through shirt…
4. Alexa Chung
Model, writer, and now entrepreneur, Alexa Chung always keeps us on our toes. She just launched a new fashion app called Villiod (conveniently times with Fashion Week), and it's like a combo of Instagram and Pinterest. #GameChanger
5. Deborah Lippman
As a celebrity manicurist, you can be sure that all the models nails will be perfectly polished.
6. Leandra Medine, @manrepeller
Dubbed as a microphone for women, Man Repeller always tells it like it is. We can't wait for her humorous take on this season's Fashion Week.
7. Susie Lau
Lau is the creator of fashion blog Style Bubble, and it's regarded as one of the most successful blogs worldwide. Look for her in the front row if you happen to be at a trendy show.
8. Claire Distenfeld
Some people call her the Lena Dunham of fashion: she's got a quirky personality and is trying to change the way people shop in traditional stores. See her story about opening up Fivestory, and you'll understand.
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