Big news, y’all: Barneys New York and Instagram are partnering up to create a first-of-its-kind experience—we’re calling it an InstaStop—during New York Fashion Week.

Starting today, you can head to the 5th floor at our Madison Avenue flagship, take a photo of your shoes at our InstaStop using the hashtags #PERFECTPAIRS and #BNYFW, and have your soles displayed on screens around the store and at locations across the city like Milk Studios and Lincoln Center. (If you can’t make it to the store, you can still post to Instagram using our hashtags to have your ‘grams considered.) The photos will be featured alongside a curated selection of snaps from designers, models and editors, providing a Barneys-eye view of Fashion Week.

To put you in the mood, we asked the authorities over in the Fashion Office, Tomoko Ogura and Laura Stoloff, to share some of their own shoe selfies. Check out the 10 pairs of heels, flats and booties they picked out specifically for NYFW—and then share your own Fashion Week footwear photos on Instagram. (Don’t forget to include #PERFECTPAIRS AND #BNYFW!)

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The stacked heel on these Dries Van Noten snakeskin lace-up oxfords will keep us comfortable while we’re on the run—and they pair perfectly with menswear trousers or a flared skirt.

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Embrace ’60s mod this fall with Manolo’s black and white stripe pony hair heels.

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The ultimate Fashion Week statement shoe by Paul Andrew reminds us that animal print still has the spotlight.

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The go-to weekend boot fit for the city and country from Barneys New York.

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In a season of grey, black and white, red leaves a lasting statement; the Sergio Rossi low-heel will take you from lunch to the late evening hours.

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The new 3.1 Phillip Lim stacked heel mule silhouette looks both tough and feminine when styled with menswear-inspired looks.

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Saint Laurent perfected the Chelsea boot this fall in various textures and colors, from suede to metallic gold.

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Graphic black and white makes a bold and sexy statement in Gianvito Rossi’s signature cutout heels.

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If you choose one shoe trend this season, make it the brogue. Church’s gave the classic men’s style a unique twist with gunmetal-tone studs.

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Balenciaga updated the flat boot (similar) this season with luxurious hardware and styled them in a modern way with sophisticated dresses and below-the-knee skirts.