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Seventh Fashion Show Review (Quick Review):

Marc by Marc Jacobs

S/S 2015

NYFW

Theme:

Definitely 90s.

Describing words:

Retro & classic.

What attracted me:

Look #1: “I was so tired, I accidently put my bra outside my totally chic crop collared shirt, which coincidentally matched my skirt. WHOOPS, started the next big trend.”

Look #2: Sweetheart dresses never fail.

Details for look #2: Velvet shoes that adds length? Um, can I get a hell yes?!

Look # 3: Reinventing the skirt, one fashion show at a time. Very modern take on a throwback look. 

Sixth Fashion Show Review:

Oscar de la Renta

S/S 2015

NYFW

I can just smell the fresh flowers, appearing newly picked, through the photos of the looks of de la Renta’s spring and summer 2015 collection. I love the use of pastel colors, the matching oxford shoes, floral lace (a two- in- one deal), and the checkered patterns. The sheer fabric enlaced with stemmed flowers gives the collection that “fairy” and “mystical” look.  And as we move into the night outfits, the flapper look is reignited in an elegant style giving the word a new meaning. Lastly, de la Renta ends the show with the yet again the colors that define spring: pastel pink hues paired with the lime green with a hint of soft yellow and oranges mixed in as well. 

Hide the bags. Lookin' fine as hell. Hotter than the girl who took 2 hours to get ready. I only took 15 minutes. My hair is vogue. Look it up. Definitely a thinspo.

Fifth Fashion Show Review:

3.1 Phillip Lim

S/S 2015

NYFW

When I was clicking through the looks, my heart started singing “I WOKE UP LIKE THIS”. And yes, indeed the models and their appearance make them look like they woke up like that. In other words, flawless.

Paying close attention to the hair and makeup, the hair was pulled back, but teased on the sides giving it an edge. As for the makeup, it seems to me that when that model woke up that morning, she set her priorities straight. First, outfit, then the rest will fall through (this time perfectly). AND as for another detail, the shoes were said to be so comfortable (backstage), making “rolling out of bed” easier.

The quilted, mattress pattern in the beginning gives a three dimensional look, then going into rompers, dresses, skirts, blazers, and a skinny waist line to make you look flawless 24/7. Cut outs — to expose more skin as wanted— on almost every piece of clothing, crop tops, and waist banded pants gives the attire and overall look attitude and definition.  

Fourth Fashion Show Review:

Diane von Furstenburg

S/S 2015

NYFW

You’re definitely dreaming about those summer days now that they have fallen out of our grasp yet again. The days spent laying on the warm sand in the calanques of Marseilles. Or maybe the days spent by the Seine river while having a picnic with a friend or two. Or you’re probably reminiscing on the beautiful attires you wore those days.

Diane von Furstenburg’s spring/summer collection has got me wishing I was eating homemade sandwiches and drinking lemonade at a picnic with my Parisian boyfriend (who certainly does not exist). The gingham dresses, the bustiers paired with blazers, the slits on the maxi dresses, and collared- coat dresses make me want to fall in love with summer all over again. Floral, stripes, and even leaves are incorporated into this lovely, flirty collection. 

Look #13 (Even if I were not late to work, I would still be running to catch everyone attention.)

Third Fashion Show Review:

DKNY

S/S 2015

NYFW

You’re late for work. You have to take the metro for two stops then make your way 3 blocks down a busy side-walk. This is no math question. If I wanted to run and look fashionable yet sporty, I would run my way to work in S/S 2015 DKNY.

Either in sandal platforms or styling tennis shoes, I would be walking into work like a super model that just fast walked the runway.

DKNY’s show notes called the clothes “multicolored, multicultural, and multitasking.” This was portrayed through the styling crop tops, skirts, dresses with slits on the sides, overlapping skirts, and sweaters. This galore of athletic touch on clothes make me want to compete in the US Open (esp. look #13). 

The colors are all over the place (in a good way), and the completely different outfits and looks would put diversity into my closet (FROM ONLY ONE COLLECTION!). In other words, I would have clothes for every mood and for every day wonders. 

Second Fashion Show Review:

Victoria Beckham

S/S 2015

NYFW

“I wanted it to be neat, long, and lean,” she said. AND YES! The collection was just that, but it has that sexy finish to it.

Absolutely everything in this collection I love. The coats and coat dresses, the belts giving the “lean” look Mrs. Beckham wanted, the one stripe at the bottom or full- on stripes to give it that modern look, and she surprised us all with the pink floral print (if you didn’t adore the other colors and patterns) for an atypical spring and summer.

Has to be one of my favorite shows so far at NYFW. 

Look #1 Look #2 Look #3 Look #4 Look #5

First Fashion Show Review:

SUNO

S/S 2015

NYFW

Ahhh, the bright colors softened into pastel colors is always sweet for a smooth transition from winter to spring or spring to summer. These pastel colors are expressed through each article of clothing whether it be the flowing, unrestrained ankle pants and skirts. Or the multicolor tops with sleeves that stop short before the wrists to allow free movement.  (Look #1 &2)

Each dress with its own unique character and story can be worn for any long sunny day. (Look #3)

I do adore the mix of lightweight and layered. 

Lace, patterned stripes, floral are all incorporated into this one show, which represents the diversity of the warmer days where one can wear whatever she wishes and still look effortlessly chic. (Look #4 & 5)