Now You Can Attend New York Fashion Week From Your Couch

Can't make it to NYC for New York fashion week? Or don't feel like fighting your way through the peacocking street style hordes? Don't worry. This S
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Can't make it to NYC for New York fashion week? Or don't feel like fighting your way through the peacocking street style hordes? Don't worry. This S
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Can't make it to NYC for New York fashion week? Or don't feel like fighting your way through the peacocking street style hordes? Don't worry.

This September, you'll be able to take in all of New York fashion week's highlights from your favorite place [Ed. note: OK, maybe it's just my favorite place]: Your couch. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the week-long event will be getting some serious cable coverage on Style Network, as well as on Style Media’s website, myStyle.com.

The special TV programming, set to run from September 6 at 8pm, thru September 14, will include daily updates, trend reports, behind-the-scenes coverage and fashion-related marathons of some of our favorite TV shows. Online, the network will also stream video of various runway shows, and offer photo galleries and show reviews. Basically you might want to switch your default channel from the Food Network to the Style Network for fashion week [Ed. note: Again, that could just be me.]

Click through for a list of everything we know about the fashion-related TV programming.

Fashion-Week TV Programming on the Style Network:

-Daily updates and runway reports from industry VIPs TV personality/fashion expert Jeannie Mai and Marie Claire senior fashion editor Zanna Roberts Rassi throughout the week

-StyleCandy's series of vignettes, called Trend of the Day, set to launch September 6 at 8pm

-Four 30-minute special episodes of State of Style, offering a behind-the-scenes look into fashion week, with interviews from the likes of Betsey Johnson, Michael Kors, Tommy Hilfiger and Patricia Field and a look at the collections of Marc Jacobs, Zac Posen and Lacoste. Set to air Sept. 10-13 at midnight.

-Premiere of Making a Model: 28th Elite Model Look, a one-hour special which follows model hopefuls competing to be the next face of the agency, airing on September 10 at 8 p.m.

-Countdown special The Style List: Fall’s Top Ten Trends, which will air at 8 p.m. September 11 and will also be hosted by Jeannie Mai

-Fashion-themed marathons of Gossip Girl, Sex and the City, America’s Next Top Model and Project Runway

-The programming will go out with a bang, exclusively broadcasting the 2012 Style Awards at 8 p.m, September 14, though the awards will be held on September 5. Derek Blasberg will be giving commentary on the red carpet, so we can definitely expect some celeb-filled hilarity.