NYFW: 9/9 Nonie & Just In XX

NYFW: 9/9 Nonie & Just In XX

Nonie

Nonie was a beautiful collection that showcased clean & sharp silhouettes . The collection opened up with different tailored looks in shades of white and cream. The sophisticated dresses looked stunning as the women walked the catwalk. Some of my favorite looks included a simple but modern twist on a white button down with tailored pants an a black dress with elegant draping almost resembling a robe.

Just In XX

 Justin, Yu-Ying Chou is a up-incoming designer known for his unique street style designs. The show had models from both genders walking down the catwalk in cool street style dressed from head to toe.A common motif was the use of hands throughout the looks. Cartoon like female hands were superimposed onto the clothing in different placements creating a cohesive collection

 

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NYFW: Jonathan Simkhai

NYFW: Jonathan Simkhai

Jonathan Simkhai 

 Jonathan Simkhai was an amazing presentation!  This was one of my favorite collections that I saw this season.  Jonathan Simkhai brand is a luxury ready –to-wear line for the confident woman. There was a romantic edge to every piece that matched well with the linear lines and silhouettes.  I was obsessed with almost every piece of the collection and would totally rock the looks. I loved the lace and details on the dresses. I also loved the color schemes of white with a western edge a trend that I am really looking forward to wearing this season. 

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NYFW: 9/8 Taoray Wang & Jasmine

NYFW: 9/8 Taoray Wang & Jasmine

Taoray Wang:

Wang Tao, the designer behind Taoray Wang’s experience in Japan and Europe shaped her designs today. Taoray Wang is the perfect brand for the powerful, professional & modern woman who is always trying to be on trend.  I love his use of black & pink together creating defined silhouettes with an edge to them.

Jasmine:

Jasmine is a New York based brand, which is inspired by eastern materials and modern pattern making techniques.  The bright fabrics featuring different shades of blue and  pinks glided down the runway with flowy draping. 

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NYFW: 9/7 Affair & Vivienne Hu

NYFW: 9/7 Affair & Vivienne Hu

Affair:

Affair is an international elegant ready to wear brand with a hint of couture. The label founded by Rufat Ismayilov showed sophisticated mini dresses in black and gold with my favorite dress being the gold one shoulder piece. 

These dresses had lots of intricate detailing to them from the fabric and the sparkles to tassel details and then cutouts within the garment itself. 

Vivienne Hu: 

Vivienne Hu is a New York based designer whose designs exhibit a blend of classic European Elegance blended with a down town NYC it girl style. Her feminine designs shined through from her use of pastel colors and mixed fabrics. She started her show with different pantsuit looks featuring peplums and fitted pant legs. Some of my favorite looks from her show were her dresses that incorporated a wide check print in burgundy and grey. 

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Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic

Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic

This past Saturday Vee and I partnered with Veuve Clicquot and attended the 11th annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic that took place on Liberty State Park. The adventure began waiting for the ferry for 10am. The ferry was about 15 minutes to the state park and once you got off there was about another 15 minute walk to the venue. 

The venue was designed with fun and inspirational content in mind. There were lawn games right when you walk in where you could play corn hole or life sized jenga. There were food trucks lined up for those who were hungry and many bar stations of course offering Veuve. 

The actual polo match does not start until later in the day. The polo field was in the center of the venue with prime seating on the side where Vee & I set up our own picnic. We loved people watching and spotting all of the outfit and had a fabulous time! 

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NYFW - SuitSupply

2/5/18 

Today SuitSupply had their Fall/Winter 2018 Fashion Presentation at Cadillac House in NYC and it was a great introduction to the new collection. SuitSupply is an European men's fashion brand known for expert tailoring and detail. This collection features a lot of earth toned rich fabrics and colors. Mixed fabrication was used such as moleskin, baby alpaca, and flannel creating a luxe effect. When you walked through the door you were greeted with a collection of guys and pinks.  Some of my favorite looks are the stone grey suiting with pink accents creating a timeless suit. The next subsection was a blend of rich emerald and army green highlights. The last section was a classic brown and blue combination of different tailored pieces. I loved the styling that each look brought. There was the perfect balance of formal dressing and casual charm. I am looking forward to seeing these looks come to life off the runway and on men throughout the streets of New York!