Here we go! Full on fashion, my favorite looks and recap of day one. Even though I am not attending or volunteering at Fashion week as I planned this September, #NYFW is at the top of my hashtag search on Twitter and Instagram.
The day started off with Nicholas K show, and with an exception of a few looks, the collection is very bad ass. Black, fringe and drapery are the three words that come to mind when I think of this collection. And yes, I would wear all of these!
BCBGMaxAzria is where I want to go next, that’s the show I caught live right before my morning class, and that set the mood for the day. The bohemian-chic-luxe looks with fluttering silk dresses in delicate pastel shades that appeared on the runway to the best version of 500 miles I have ever heard, took my breath away. I want to wear nothing, but maxis in the spring of 2015. Practical? Not so much, but…
Richard Chai created a collection full of neons and blues, with a good mix of darker, deeper colors in between. Shorter shorts and stripes for guys. Some color blocking for ladies.
Tadashi Shoji was once again very regal, very chic, flowy, but more structured than BCBGMaxAzria. Overall amazing, and if Disney would ever agree to that, I think Tadashi should design all of the princess outfits!
Thanks to Desigual I now know that floral crowns can be taken to new heights. And that pastel hair will transition into spring of 2015.
Thank you Marissa Webb for all the black and white looks, for structured jackets and that pop of red in the end.
And this is all the recap I have energy for today! And to end the post here is a quote from Joan Rivers whom I share “immigrant mentality” with. I’ll miss you Joan!
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