New York Fashion Week's 17 Coolest Invites

Twice a year, our mailman must think we're the most popular kids in town. Unfortunately, we're not talking about handwritten valentines (our address is 30 Cooper Square, FYI), but Fashion Week paper poundage—specifically, the hundreds of invites that keep the United States Postal Service working on overdrive, in February and September.
While not every envelope that comes across our desk is stuffed with something eye-catching (Reminder: Arial font is a big no-no), we did find some creative creations that are almost as inspiring as the clothes that come down the runway. From a Rebecca Minkoff spaceman to a Moncler mirror, this visual cheat sheet of the coolest invites will have you #regramming like it's a Beyoncé halftime show. Any questions?
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Thanks to Lauren Moffatt, you'll never lose this key.
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Rebecca Minkoff's invites are truly out of this world.
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Jen Kao's prim and proper invite is signed, sealed, delivered.
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Mirror, mirror: Moncler is the prettiest one of all.
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Rochambeau goes abstract...and we love it.
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The invite from Tess Giberson also doubles as a poster — can you say cubicle decor?
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DL1961 reflects on Fashion Week.
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Delpozo gives this invite a pop of color — we're loving the neon!
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Mathieu Mirano is growing a serious brand rep in this petrie dish.
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A Détacher gives us wanderlust with this worldly foldout.
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Prabal Gurung sets the gold standard for all of NYFW.
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And on Wednesdays, Honor wears pink.
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Do the Bulgari designers also double as snake charmers?
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Asher Levine goes batty and channels The Dark Knight.
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Tanya Taylor is pretty in prints.
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Kenneth Cole's invite is for the birds.
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For rag & bone, it's all about the price tag.
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