Monday, September 8, 2014

NYFW | Day Four

This week has been going by so quickly! Watching these runway shows always gets me so excited to be working in this industry. Hopefully one day I will get to be at those shows reporting to you all from the audience! But, while I wait on that dream, you can read my recap of day four right below and the past few days HERE

Public School

Designer Dao-Yi Chow said that this collection is about finding order out of chaos and that was easy to see as the looks came down the runway. A more conservative, downtown inspired collection, started in blacks and whites and gradually color and pattern was added in as well as silk, mesh, and knit fabrics all layered precisely.   The women's clothing in the line were sophisticated and chic while the men's offered quite a few desirable basic staples. I really hope this line continues to expand commercially because I would love to one more then a few pieces of this collection.


Semi closed blinds set the scene of a sunny, lazy afternoon as the models sauntered down the runway in Thakoon's newest collection. Languid and fluid, everything about this collection screamed tropical getaway with long lengths, loose silhouettes, and tunics paired with cropped pants that made me want to snuggle in for a day in bed. Fringe on fringe on fringe and the beading really helped pull this getaway collection full circle. 

Diane von Furstenberg

I thought this collection had an edge that was new for DVF. Crop tops and bralets reigned supreme while the signature wrap dress took a little bit of a back seat (but the silhouette was still there). DVF also only featured two pairs of pants on the runway as well, one in black and white gingham and one denim. DVF featured gorgeous jewel tones and sunset like colors throughout the collection that added to the edgy kick. Slits were high on all styles and showing off lots of leg gave the perfect shake up to the classic wrap dress.

Victoria Beckham

One of my style icons, Beckham's show was very buzzed about as well as the opening of her first shop over in London. Military inspired, uniform dressing was the main theme of next seasons collection from Posh Spice (sorry I had to). Ribbed and knit dresses flared a bit at the knee but still had that little signature figure hugging look that Victoria is known for. Sweaters always a hot topic, now especially for spring of '15, had added lacing details on the sides giving the style a new look. This collection did not fail to show the minimalistic and striking nature that Victoria has associated with her name.

What are your thoughts now that we are about halfway through? Sound off in the comments below.

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