Well, I'll be completely honest. I definitely agree with Chris on the navigation, but let's think about this for a second.
I think the big question here falls back to, "Who is the audience?"
If the audience is a consumer and they're purchasing something from you ( also depending on what that something is ), will really depend on where you place those social icons.
Seeing that this is for fashion, I would always do some kind of UX Research that would pose theories based on the data I've gathered from any and all sources. After comparing and contrasting to competitors, I would then move into analysis to match the over all goals.. which falls back to the target audience.
Companies like Vogue place their social media in the footer, since this is where users will most likely look, and if not in the footer, then it will most definitely be in the header.
Taking that a step further, we now have another contender like the Men's Warehouse. Same industry, different sector, different audience. However, they too have their social media icons in the footer, why is this?
The reason for that, is because it goes back to the comment Chris made about consolidating the navigation, there are a lot of options here and possibly playing around with that might provide a better solution to your overall end goal. The Men's Warehouse may have in fact wanted the user to really focus on their deals, sales and product. Which that exactly is what they've put out there.
This of course is just my opinion and some may agree or disagree, but at the very least there seems to be some strong holding evidence there. :)
I wish you the best of luck on your project!
For reference, here are url's to both the Men's Warehouse and Vogue: