Posts Tagged ‘NYFW’

New York Fashion Week – F/W 2011 – Rag & Bone

02/13/2011 Leave a comment

Rag&Bone was definitely all over the place, but there some amazing color pieces and outerwear.

[images via GQ]

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New York Fashion Week – F/W 2011 – Big Impractical Cape Coats

02/13/2011 Leave a comment

Alexander Wang F/W 2011

Altuzarra F/W 2011

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New York Fashion Week – F/W 2011 – Richard Chai for Original Penguin

02/13/2011 Leave a comment

Richard Chai always seems to design clothing that he himself would wear. The 90’s shirt around the waist thing is a staple of his, still on the fence about that. Overall super casual cool.

[images via GQ]

New York Fashion Week – Nicholas K – F/W 2011

02/10/2011 Leave a comment

Loving Nicholas K this season. The football pants, socks and boots, and the amazing jackets. Little details of fur and plaid make this collection amazing streetwear.

[images via Fashionisto]

New York Fashion Week – S/S 2011 – Vera Wang

09/15/2010 Leave a comment

Here’s a lovely video from covering Vera Wang’s show – one of my favorites this season. Watch watch!

New York Fashion Week – S/S 2011 – Marc Jacobs

09/14/2010 Leave a comment

This collection definitely SHUT. IT. DOWN. It was so beautiful. I’m thrilled that they Live Streamed it again as it was beautifully staged. The collection is heavy on 70’s references but pulls the looks off in a very elegant and modern way. I am in love with the ridiculously huge flower embellishments, especially the chrysanthemum neck-pieces. The hair, big-ass hats, everything worked so harmoniously.

[images via Fashionologie]

New York Fashion Week – S/S 2010 – Richard Chai Menswear

09/13/2010 Leave a comment

Richard Chai is the go-to guy for menswear that is relaxed, comfortable, and stylish without being slobby. I love the color palate, mix of textures (mesh, linens, etc.) – absolute love.

The sleeveless shirts have an interesting sleeve.

Still not getting behind the sandal/shoe combo.

[images via NYMag]