New York Fashion Week is right around the corner, and many of us are excited to see what our favorite designers have created to make the Spring/Summer of 2019 fabulous. Not everyone makes the list of editors, fashion bloggers, and influencers in attendance. But thanks to social media, we too can have an inside look at the latest trends in real time just like our favorite style mavens, only better.


Why fret over being invited to the shows when you can watch them with amazing people you know? In fact, you can have the time of your life with a few like-minded people right in your living room. With excellent conversations, delicious snacks, and good fashion, you can create a watch party that's legendary.

We chatted with a professional event planner, Jay Simms, of J. Simms Events and she gave us thoughtful tips to make your NYWF Watch Party one for the books without breaking the bank:

Your Theme is Key

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Every year, designers create new themes to capture the essence of their lines. Picking a theme is the foundation of your party. Whether you're going for a futuristic-chic or a darker aesthetic theme, it must be attention-grabbing. Add your theme to invitations and decorations. You can find inspiration in songs, fashion trends, or fashion icons.

Some ideas include Purple Rain (Shades of Purple), Feelin' Dapper (similar Gucci looks by Dapper Dan), and Modern Romance (delicate florals and pastel hues).

Jay Simms got us all the way together for Fashion Week! And with these great tips, you're ready to host a bomb party that won't be soon forgotten.

Remember, you can watch shows Live Stream on your big screen at http://nyfw.com.

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