The Mark Hotel-Lobby Lounge-Photographer Todd Eberle-HiRes

After 300 + shows and presentations, NYFW: The Shows is officially over. Editors, stylists, celebrities and influencers traveled downtown, uptown and cross-town to fashion shows and presentations for 8 consecutive days. Thankfully, there were retreats and or lounges in between the venues to stay, or to pop in, take a breather in between shows, charge phones, touch-up hair or makeup, and have a cocktail.

The Mark Hotel

Located on the Upper East Side, The Mark Hotel offers hotel guests added amenities to assist in their prep for fashion week including the Mark pedicabs to ferry you to and from the hotel to arrive in style, Jean-Georges signature blend Green Juice, yoga sessions, pre-show blowouts and 24/7 access to shop Bergdorf Goodman.

THE MARK Hotel-ENTRANCE VERT-Photographer Todd Eberle-HiRe

StyleCaster Social Lounge
Sally Hansen presented the StyleCaster Social Lounge at The Chester located in the Meatpacking District. The fashionable were able to take a break and receive gel manis, massages, braids and a little nosh and Rosé to celebrate Fashion Week with social media influencers.

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HQ @NYFW The Shows
The official headquarters for NYFW: The Shows hosted a bevy of events, discussions and an Alcon/Color Me Pretty gathering where attendees tried on a pair of Air Optix Color Contact Lenses, which were featured in the Alice + Olivia Spring 2016 presentaiton, lite-bites and make-up touch-ups to get them photo ready with their new enhanced looks.

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Panasonic Beauty Bar
Just steps away from Skylight at Clarkson Square, VIPs including Kelly Osbourne, Laverne Cox, and Kelly Rutherford and trendsetters headed to Panasonic’s Beauty Bar at Arrojo Salon. Hairstylists and barbers provided services to guests while makeup and manicures kept everyone runway and party ready with the GLAM APP’s go to brands Cargo Cosmetics and Colour Prevails.

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GQFW Social Lounge
For the guys, GQ and Smartwater hosted a Modern Makers influencer lounge at The Gent. Men were able to relax, recharge, and enjoy drinks and light bites and grooming services and preview capsule collections.

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Photos: Courtesy of BFANYC & Getty Images