September 09, 2011
This morning marked the 2nd official day of Fashion Week and my 3rd day as I had shows prior to the official season. With a long day of shows and events yesterday as well as Fashion Night Out (loved being able to do Style Sessions at Henri Bendel with fab designer Ted Rossi) - it was a full day. But I popped up to head to Emerson (yet another show produced by People's Revolution and my third day in a row to see Ms Cutrone in action) at Lincoln Center. This season was the first one that they had done in the tents which is always an accomplishment and creates additional buzz. They also had eyewear that was provided by Eyefly. There were a number of cute dresses and separates. As a whole the collection had a fresh look that was dominated by white and black with pops of blues and purples. As always, I have the final walk of all the models and the designer herself that popped out as is custom!
September 08, 2011
You know a show is good when you talk to Kelly Cutrone post show and she smiles and says they rocked it out. Nicholas K's show was full of phenomenal neutrals with a mix of Bohemian edge which is right up my alley! Men's and Women's looks were paraded down the runway of Lincoln Center and I love that Walk Over Shoes created the men's shoes specifically for the show. As always there is a video of the final runway footage. I am obsessed with the cream looks, gorge head scarves and the flowy dresses. This was a show where everyone left feeling good about Spring and what's to come.
September 08, 2011
Although this isn't the first official day of NYFW, I hit another fab show that was being run by the fab People's Revolution PR team (yes this is Kelly Cutrone's company and yes I did see her and have a pic of her in here) - What Goes Around Comes Around or WGACA. As the misty rain settled in, I made my way to Soho to the Soho Grand to see this fun boho chic inspired collection. I ran into Lauren Rae Levy (which we both hosted an event last year for the launch of Forever 21 in Times Square. I loved that this runway show allowed the models to walk throughout an entire floor into various rooms. It was definitely an intimate vibe and of course sipping champagne while snapping pics is always fun. Although this set up is great, it makes taking pics a bit rough but I always love filming the models do their final walk as you get the flow of the entire show in about 30 seconds (at this show you could tell it was done as other rooms would clap when the presentation ended in their section.
See more images from What Goes Around Comes Around Spring/Summer 2012