YOU GUYS, IT’S THE MIDDLE OF FASHION WEEK.
I cannot describe the magic that is fashion week in New York. There’s an amazing buzz, and people running around in cray-cray outfits, texting in tutus at Starbucks. Not kidding. I even saw Anna Wintour herself yesterday in SoHo. SEE? Fashion week is magic. It’s honestly been better than Christmas, and I say that in all seriousness.
I just wanted to give a very brief recap of what I’ve loved so far. There have been close to a hundred shows, but I just picked three brands that resonate with me and made Fall 2014 look divine!
I love a Jenni. Jenny Packham, Jenni Kayne, Jenny from the Block, Aniston… you name it! Jenni Kayne consistently creates lovely, forward looks that are feminine and cool. Feminine and cool is my game, so of course I love her. She was inspired by the English countryside this season, and I’m down to go there, if I get to wear that orange and navy gown!
I love Tibi, because it’s always very clean, and very cool. This season is no different. I’m going to start wearing one long scarf, crossed only once, like the models on the tibs runway.
Basically, The Man. I saved the best for last. Alexander is not only fronting his line, but is also the creative director for Balenciaga, and is killing it on all counts. He’s so cool. He even presented his show last night in Brooklyn, which, coincidentally, is where all the hipster-cool kids live in New York. Fall from Wang looks edgy and androgynous. High collars, short dresses, and KILLER boots. Give it allll to me. OH, and you know what’s coming back to us in all their glory? (TREND ALERT) Bermuda Shorts. They’re in the windows here in the city, and going down the runways everywhere else. Full thigh coverage, baby.
Oh, and there’s more where that came from. All my images came from Style.com – I recommend heading over there to peruse through these designers’ entire shows!
I’ll have another recap in a day, or so. Marc by Marc shows are on Tuesday, and lordy, he’s my fave!! I’m heading to the tents today at Lincoln Center – we’ll see what I can see….
Is it fall, yet?