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Fashionista Editors Reveal Their Fashion Month Essentials

From CBD tinctures to sturdy winter boots, these are the items we can’t imagine getting through four-plus weeks of shows without.

February has arrived, signaling the start of fashion’s winter games — otherwise known as fashion month. In the coming weeks, our small — but mighty — team will scour the streets and studios of New York CityLondon, Milan and Paris to bring you all of the Fall 2020 trends, collection highlights, backstage beauty tips and industry rumors from the front lines.

Though typically sleepier and snowier than the spring shows in September, our schedules this season leave little room for relaxation. But Fashionista editors have been around the fashion month block more than a few times, so each one has curated a list of must-haves that she couldn’t imagine getting through four-plus weeks of shows without. Read on to browse (and shop!) them all. 

Tyler McCall, Editor-in-Chief 

J.Crew Long-Sleeve Every Day Cashmere Crewneck Sweater in Bright Ultramarine, $98, available here: I basically live in J.Crew’s cashmere sweaters over the winter, and I know fashion month won’t be an exception. I’m thinking of picking up a few new colors to round out my collection.

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Ana Colón, Senior Editor 

Ban.do Back Me Up Mobile Charger, $17 (from $35), available here: I spend most of fashion week on my phone, which means I normally am at low battery by the early evening. So now, I carry one or two external batteries to recharge between events.

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Stephanie Saltzman, Beauty Director 

CAP Beauty The Neat Matcha Stick Box, $34, available here: Gimme all the caffeine during NYFW. Preferably in non-jittery, non-stomach-ache-inducing matcha form.

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Whitney Bauck, Senior Sustainability Reporter

Weleda Skin Food Light Nourishing Cream, $19, available hereTrekking from show to show in the cold is a classic recipe for dry skin, so I’ll be slathering this on to stay moisturized.

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Dara Prant, Market Editor 

Rag & Bone Ace Cashmere Gloves, $150, available here: Cashmere gloves are ideal for spending half the day walking around New York City in near-freezing temperatures.

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