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NYFW Fall 2014: Meet editor Jennifer Weatherhead-Harrington
Our NYFW correspondent: senior beauty editor Jennifer Weatherhead-Harrington. Photo by Evaan Kheraj.
Jennifer Weatherhead-Harrington, our senior beauty editor, will be on the ground at New York Fashion Week, hitting up all the best runway shows and fashion parties, and reporting back here, on our blog, and on
Instagram. Stay tuned for all the scoop! We played 10 questions with Jenn—who is she most excited to see in the front row? Her fave model? Designers she loves? Read on for her complete Fashion Week questionnaire.
Which shows are you most excited to see: I can’t wait to see Altuzarra, Brian Lichtenberg and Marc Jacobs.
How would you describe your personal style: I’m definitely all about casual—but I love the classics like a perfectly tailored blazer (you can never have too many!), skinny pencil pants and silk button ups.
Your #1 Fashion Week survival tip: Water! Or green juice for energy.
Celeb you hope to see in the front row: Does Harper Beckham count?
Song you hope to hear on the runway: "Happy" by Pharrell.
Click through for Jenn’s favourite model and her three favourite New York hot spots…
What is your number one beauty must-have: A tinted sunscreen—it protects and adds a tiny bit of coverage all at once. A gel mani is also a must for fashion week so you never have to worry about chips and polished nails in a neutral shade are always sophisticated.
Favourite model: Lin Wei.
Best way to relax, after the shows: Tea!
Your Fashion Week uniform: Skinny black pants, an oversized silk Equipment button up, a blazer, chunky scarf and comfortable flats! And my iPhone will be glued to me.
Your three favourite places in New York: I love Tribeca (I always stop by The Laughing Man Coffee & Tea that’s owned by Hugh Jackman for a latte) and the small boutiques. Brooklyn Heights is also one of my must visits (there’s a restaurant there called Henry’s End and it has the most amazing fried chicken), and I know it’s super cheesy but it just doesn’t feel like a NYC trip unless it involves eating a cupcake in Central Park. Over to you: Who is your #1 fashion designer?
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