The usual scrum of fotogs at the end of the runway likely won’t happen this season during New York Fashion Week shows in September.
Shutterstock photographer Stephen Lovekin, who has shot the stylish event since 1996, told us what he thinks may happen this year as IMG considers doing in-person shows.
“There could be a house photographer,” he speculated. “I would assume they would want more. Maybe it could be a runway in the round, with photographers at different positions.”
Adding, “I think they will get more creative.”
Lovekin has been taking portraits of people during lockdown for a new collection, “Words at the Window.”
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