#WGSNhub launches for ultimate insider access this fashion week season
By Rachel Arthur

As fashion week season kicks off, the global WGSN team are revving up to offer more coverage via #wgsnhub than ever before. We’ll not only be reporting live from the shows, but also giving you real-time commentary from our social media news room, resulting in a one-stop shop for everything you need to know from the A/W 15/16 collections.

Feb 11, 2015
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As fashion week season kicks off, the global WGSN team are revving up to offer more coverage via #wgsnhub than ever before. We’ll not only be reporting live from the shows, but also giving you real-time commentary from our social media news room, resulting in a one-stop shop for everything you need to know from the A/W 15/16 collections.

Follow along via Instagram for highlights of our street style and catwalk galleries as well as 15-second videos featuring the top emerging trends overlaid with animated commentary from our expert editors. We’ll also have some exclusive imagery shared with us from the Made Fashion Week team backstage at Milk Studios in New York, as well as some other high profile partners in other cities still to be announced.

More in-depth versions of our trended videos will also be on YouTube, while daily GIFs will find their home on our award-winning Tumblr highlighting our thoughts on the top designers and looks of the week so far, as selected by our head of catwalks, Lizzy Bowring.

Keep track of the #editortakeover hashtag on Twitter too meanwhile, to gain access to over 30 of our global editors – from offices in London, New York, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Sao Paulo – as they once again provide their market expertise through live reviews of the shows in 140 characters or less. That logistical undertaking will span the whole of fashion week month, taking us from New York through London, Milan and Paris with more hands on deck than ever before.

We’ll also be running a series of Twitter Q&As with some choice external partners in order to offer exclusive further insights on some of the big trends emerging for the new season. More news to follow.

Our aim is to engage, excite and educate our audience with in-depth critical analysis and valuable commercial insights on everything to do with A/W 15/16. We can’t wait for you all to join us!


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