Who to Follow on Twitter This Fashion Week

09/06/2012 at 03:30 PM ET

Ashley Greene
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If you can’t make it to Fashion Week, you can always catch some of the biggest shows on YouTube — but sometimes, following along on Twitter is even more fun. Celebrities, editors, models and designers have taken to sharing all sorts of shots in recent years, from front-row favorites to backstage, behind-the-scenes pics.

So who’s going to give you the best access to the spring 2013 shows? We’ve put together our very own must-follow list. Get ready to have a very fashionable feed!

Editors, Publicists and More:
The privileged few with a front-row view

@StyleWatchMag Do we even have to explain this one? You should be following us anyway!
@MBFashionWeek The authority on everything happening at the Lincoln Center tents and beyond
@DKNY This account is run by savvy DKNY publicist Aliza Licht, who’s both hilarious and chic
@KCD The publicists behind some of the biggest names (think Marc Jacobs and Tory Burch) in fashion
@PRConsulting Another bunch of PR pros who rep labels like Versace and Vera Wang
@BPCM Staffers here handle the Rachel Zoe Collection, Lanvin and more
@AlisonBrodPR They run the Mercedes-Benz Star Lounge, where heavy-hitters take five between shows
@EHolmesWSJ The Wall Street Journal‘s fashion expert seems to be at nearly every show
@ManRepeller A fashion blogger with an insane following, great voice and eye for style

Celebrities
The women and men we’ll be watching for!

@RachelZoe She’ll “literally” be at ever show (including her own), offering fun photos and commentary
@BradGoreski Zoe’s former protégé gets his own front row seat these days
@LaurenConrad The designer is in town to attend shows — and maybe find some inspiration
@WhitneyEvePort She’s showing the first crowd-funded fashion show on Sept. 12
@TheRealOliviaP The former reality star is bound to turn many heads when she arrives at the tents
@AshleyMGreene (pictured) As the face of DKNY, she’ll be at all of the Donna Karan shows — if not more
@VictoriaBeckham Her show is always one of the most anticipated of the season

Designers, Models and Makeup Mavens
The people who can take you backstage for fun sneak peeks

@NaomiCampbell The icon joined Twitter just for NYFW — and to promote her new show, The Face
@CocoRocha The supermodel is always happy to share some pics — and her thoughts
@KarlieKloss Probably the hottest model in the fashion world right now (and she’s only 20!)
@KarolinaKurkova Set to walk for Zac Posen and run all over town, she’ll have a lot to say this season
@MACCosmetics This brand is doing makeup for an endless amount of runway shows this season
@GucciWestman The makeup artist will be backstage frequently — and we can’t wait to see her work
@MichaelKors Not only will he show his own collection, but he’ll be front-row at Project Runway, too
@Rachel_Roy The cool designer always draws a celeb-heavy crowd at her presentations
@RebeccaMinkoff She’s young, fun and will likely have a buzz-worthy front row
@Alice_Olivia Another celeb fave, this label always offers really pretty dresses and dreamy presentations
@Zac_Posen His runway shows are like works of art: dramatic and daring

Who are YOU following? Leave your suggestions in the comments!

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jennifer on

i like the beauty blogger @lipstickbabes and her personal twitter is @itsmeLoreen

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