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We started the day with a Instagram meetup attended by 15 of our favorite followers. What an inspiring way to start NYFW!

Click through to see what else our editors did, and loved today.

Seeing Eva Chen and Susie Bubble run into each other at the tents after our #LuckyInstameet had everyone doing the quickdraw with their iPhone cameras.
Our editor-in-chief Eva Chen couldn't resist snapping a picture of Grace Mahary strutting the runway at BCBG Max Azria.
"The Creatures of Comfort show was held at the Highline Hotel, this beautiful, beautiful building in Chelsea I've passed a million times without knowing it! Apparently it was a seminary in the nineteenth century, which gave the place this tweedy, ivory towered Dead Poet's Society kind of feel; there was wide, wind-y staircases, arch shaped windows with stained glass, exposed brick, oversized chandeliers…be still my boarding school story loving heart! I think it might be my favorite show venue of all time!" - Alison Syrett Cleary, associate digital editor
Our digital beauty editor Christa Lee caught model friends Candice Swanepoel and Karolina Kurkova hanging out backstage before Desigual.
The fact that Lorde's "White Teeth Teens" served as the soundtrack to Marissa Webb's show only confirmed our suspicions that the 16-year-old songstress had to have served as a hair muse.
"In all my NYFWs, tonight was my first time covering and going to the American Heart Association's Red Dress Collection. With a roster of celebrities walking the catwalk in Macy's-exclusive designs (including super glamorous pieces from the likes of Diane von Furstenberg and Oscar de la Renta), it was both a fashionable and festive affair. Red isn't my favorite color on me, but my opinion may be swayed after tonight! Plus, I got to meet AnnaSophia Robb, one of my fave teen ladies, which was a definite highlight." - Maura Brannigan, digital fashion news writer
"While being primped and prepped backstage before a show, models often pass the time like most of us do—on their phones. But today at Tadashi Shoji, I spied one model engrossed in a copy The Catcher in the Rye. It was a refreshing sight!"- Sarah Ferguson, associate bauty producer
"Having spent most of my childhood at the ballet barre, I was delighted to be greeted by about a dozen dancers in pointe shoes and statement jewelry upon walking into Dannijo's presentation. The collection's theme was 'Boxerina,' and the presentation appropriately featured a duo of dancers who stood in a roped-off ring atop a platform—but rather than throwing punches and going for the knockout, they simply did pirouettes and pliés as the brand's famous gem-encrusted bib necklaces sparkled with every move. So pretty, and a refreshing change of pace from seeing models standing as straight as soldiers at presentations." - Elana Fishman, senior digital editor