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Posts tagged with ‘New York Fashion Week’

  • Zimmerman Spring 2018 Backstage Looks

    By Michal Upchurch on September 15, 2017
    All the fresh-faced models with just a glimmer of eyeshadow across the outer corner of their lid looked easy, breezy, beautiful as they walked the runway for the Zimmerman Spring 2018 show. We especially loved the choice of accessories with a dramatic floral earring cuff. Could this potentially be a Spring/Summer 2018 trend? Enjoy! Save
  • J. Crew Fall 2017 Collection + Details

    By Michal Upchurch on February 20, 2017
    J. Crew’s Fall 2017 presentation during New York Fashion Week was anything but dull. The collection paired cargo with velvet and sequins, camo with lace and cable knit sweaters with tulle skirts. Those slightly uncommon combinations that work so perfectly together. The design team selected “friends and family” instead of models which is becoming a pleasant trend in the fashion […]
  • NYFW With Mary Kay

    By SP on September 16, 2016
    As some of you may know, I’m not big on products or makeup. In fact, I’m that girl that will run down to a drug store for powder and lip stick to get dolled up a bit. …and then I was invited by the Mary Kay team to come and check out their products, specifically the new Limited Edition Runway […]
  • Ralph Lauren Fall 2014 RTW Collection

    By SP on February 20, 2014
    As NYFW came to a close with some of the heavy hitters showing their fall collections, Ralph Lauren sent some of his best work down the runway. The color palette of winter whites, mauve and grey caught our attention immediately! They designed everything we want to live in for fall; including refined sweatpants, oversized knits and effortless evening wear. Hope […]
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  • J Crew Fall 2014 RTW Collection

    By SP on February 17, 2014
    In an interview, head of women’s designs, Tom Mora said the collection was “inspired by the cabarets of the Weimar era in Berlin in the ’20s and ’30s.” J Crew continues to amaze us with feminine contemporary pieces that are comfortable, flattering and easily mix and matched. Enjoy!
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  • Marchesa Fall 2014 RTW Collection

    By SP on February 14, 2014
    Marchesa designers Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig described their muse as a “Scottish woman who was a little more disheveled in winter.” The lineup was everything you’d expect and more from the design house, with embroidered patterns to delicate draping. Enjoy…x!
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  • Oscar de la Renta Fall 2014 RTW Collection

    By SP on February 13, 2014
    Oscar de la Renta showcased 55 looks down the runway! It started off with crisp menswear suiting then gradually transformed to evening gowns fit for a princess. Enjoy!  
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  • Rachel Roy Fall 2014 RTW Collection

    By SP on February 6, 2014
    Rachel Roy marked on the 10th anniversary of her label, giving us more tailored styles and less of her usual relaxed pieces. Roy said, “I designed what I wanted and needed and what I thought would work.” We applaud the way she mixed materials, with graphic prints and presented it with exquisite charm. So many amazing looks, we couldn’t edit them […]
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  • Christian Siriano Spring Summer 2014 Collection

    By admin on September 17, 2013
    Christian Siriano may be relatively new to the fashion week circuit, but he definitely knows how to make himself stand out. The Spring Summer 2014 collection stood out in its commitment to a wide variety of textures. From sequins to feathers to raffia to straw, the collection felt like a garden party with a Mexican-inspired twist, pulled from the designer’s […]
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  • Catherine Malandrino Spring Summer 2014 Collection

    By admin on September 16, 2013
    Catherine Malandrino’s Spring Summer 2014 Collection showed a clear nautical theme. Inspired by Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez, the red, white, and blue coloring, sailboat and ocean motifs, and stripes all gave a literal representation of this. Crisp, voluminous bottoms and triangular shaped skirts provided a more subtle nautical tone, resembling to some degree a mast of a sailboat. Whether land […]
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