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It’s finally Thursday! In other words, the final day of fashion week. I am very excited, because the new blog is up for a probable launch tomorrow. It’s packed with new features and smooth navigation on another great modern and minimal design, so I really can’t wait to launch it and here your reviews.
Until then, we’re back with another great compilation of street shots from New York Fashion Week for you to enjoy. Among those spotted are Elle’s Accessories Editor Kyle Anderson, along with models Paolo Roldan, Sebastian Sauve and Travis Cannata. See Photo Collection
Jeremy Scott never shies away from prints and patterns, and in preparation for next Spring/Summer season, there’s no change. Presenting a collection full of vintage and western inspiration, the effervescent designer shows us once more that he’s going for the kill. The show opened with what looked like a ‘Denim Fever’ as models tromped down the runway wearing the likes of denim skirts, denim jumpsuits, and denim bra-tops. As for the men, a pair of denim shorts topped by a denim vest came down the runway, along with a fun pair of denim Dungarees. Jeremy soon moved into his sleek selection of body hugging dresses, one boldly carrying an overall reoccurring pattern of the labels sunglasses collection. Moving towards the sea and sand, a swimsuit came down the runway and instead of being covered in the usual print of flowers, there were cactus all over. This along with fringed clothing made the western influence noticeable, and to make things a bit louder a model strutted down the runway wearing a belt which carried to gun pouches on each side. As usual, the collection was filled with lots of skin and male models like Sebastian Sauve and Travis Cannata, seemed to be bearing it all. Denim, fringe, leather, cactus and cow patterns, seemed to be enough to get Scott’s point across, and once again Jeremy Scott showed why youthful and fun collections are filled with creativity and style. I really loved the shoes by the way!😀 Check out my favorite looks below, along with the entire collection.
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Yesterday was probably my busiest day while New York Fashion Week is underway, hence the reason for my short stint of blog posts after much NYFW hype was garnered over the weekend and towards the beginning of the week. Today I’m a bit free and decided to update you on some things which I thought were vital. As for my blog, the new and revamped blog looks great and I can’t wait until everything is finalized and ready for re-launch. Now taking a step back to the action at fashion week yesterday, our lens ‘dans la rue’ was at it again, and caught some amazing street style photos which can certainly not go unnoticed. See Photo Collection
We all know Narciso Rodriguez isn’t an overdone and bold designer, so what else to we expect but another great minimal and well-crafted collection from the style genius himself. However, in preparation for next season’s load of color and bold patterns, Narciso ups his collection a bit, and fuses his perfectly subtle designs with a bold spew of color and patterns. First of all, the models were topped with perfectly slicked back hair, dyed in tones of copper, green, purple, blue, yellow, orange and white. Upon opening, one would think that the show would take its usual form of minimalism, however Rodriguez being inspired by Korean artist Kim Joon, the collection soon took a turn to show a graffiti of patterns and vivid color blocking. I loved the way he utilized the sheer fabric, which obviously under-layered by skin, showed a great contrast against the color. Light tones of blue lent itself to the calmness of the collection, while bold pops of orange proved to bring a loudness to it. There were asymmetric cuts everywhere, in my opinion adding to the chicness of the collection, but ending on a light note, I think it was an incredible collection that ranks high on my list of favorites for New York Fashion Week. Check out the looks I love below, along with all the show photos.
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Presenting a show full of models clad in the usual Hervé Léger style of bandage dresses, Max Azria took the label to another level for the Spring/Summer 2012 season, clashing together warrior chic elements and a tribal motif. Models strutted down the runway, all wearing the gorgeous body hugging dresses and edgy evening dresses juxtaposed with knee-high gladiator boots. Metallic tones of gold, silver and black came along with a simple color palette of white, black and desert brown. Fringed dresses that seem to carry an upbeat and ‘full of attitude’ feel ended the show with a great presence. As always, the bandage and armor like dresses of Hervé Léger didn’t fail to impress me, but to with such a strong reoccurring ‘trend’ for a label, it makes the collection somewhat predictable. It wasn’t that huge of a favorite for me, but I definitely like it. Check out my favorite looks from the show, along with all the show looks below.
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So I’m really sorry for the lack of posts, but I’ve had so much to do between yesterday and today that I’m on a tight schedule and reviewing runway shows is a bit of a strain. Good news is, the new blog should be here by weekend, and for today, you’ll have some great street style images captured by Adrian’s lens, to feast your eyes on. Apart from our ‘never-missed’ Anna duo, check out the collection to see shots of iconic photographer Terry Richardson, Purple Magazine Editor Olivier Zahm, along with the scene of Marc Jacobs by night!