NYFW S/S '19 : RECAP

I hope you all enjoyed my last post on my first two days at NYFW! As I mentioned, there is so much that goes into that week so I’m highlighting the rest of my week here as well as on IGTV, plus some of my favorite trends of the fall and winter!

Sidenote: If you missed Day One and Two’s recap, be sure to check it out here!

Day 3

I spent day 3 the Oxford Fashion Studio shows at Pier 59 with my bff’s, presented by Riviere Agency. The shows were absolutely amazing and so creative! We couldn’t help but share our excitement with each other for our favorite looks! They had a champagne reception between the shows so we got to enjoy the space and its incredible views of lower manhattan and the Hudson River. It was exactly what I needed from the craziness of day one and two!

HERE ARE MY FAVORITE LOOKS FROM THE SHOW:

I Ended the night at the Academy of Art University showcase back at Pier 59. This was a really unique and creative show! It was amazing to see the talent and creativity, not to mention hard work that the designers put into their collections!

HERE ARE MY FAVORITE LOOKS FROM THE SHOW:

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Day 4

By this point I was pretty exhausted so I decided to only go to one show, which was House of Nonie who Megan Markel was seen wearing. I loved the simplicity of this collection, in everything from the styles and silhouettes to the materials. It was modern and edgy, yet the perfect amount of feminist with “free the nip” vibes.

While I was at Nonie, Brandy (my sister) went back to Pier 59 and covered the Jun Jie Presentation. I took the rest of the day to catch up on emails + client work that I had been putting behind and attempt to take it somewhat easy before the rest of the week.

HERE ARE MY FAVORITE LOOKS FROM THE SHOW:


Day 5

Day five was another long day of catching up on emails + client work as well as attending a few shows. I went to the CAAFD show’s in the afternoon. The range of designs in this collection was amazing! Some designers had resort wear, some showed more everyday wear/street styles while others showcased intricate and escalating gold headpieces! Truly spectacular.

HERE ARE MY FAVORITE LOOKS FROM THE SHOW:


Day 6:

Day 4 was nothing short of amazing. I had an interview in the morning and then My fashion day started off at the Chiara boni la petite robe presentation. It was truly beautiful!  I absolutely love the sleek silhouettes and classic feminine styles. I was lucky enough to have been able to get an appointment at the Tressemme booth to get my hair done, so I headed there after the show was out. They always do such a good job so I was excited to get to try out a new hairstyle!

HERE ARE MY FAVORITE LOOKS FROM THE SHOW:

After my hair was done I headed to the Dan Liu show which was SUCH a performance! Dan Liu opened the show doing a traditional dance, fully in costume, so the audience had no idea it was him until after the show. The collection was edgy yet sophisticated, something I truly love about his design style.

HERE ARE MY FAVORITE LOOKS FROM THE SHOW:


Day 7:

I wrapped up NYFW just as busy as I started it, but I couldn't imagine a better ending to my week. My first show of the day was Marcel Ostertag, another one of my most favorite designers/shows. the collection was amazing, every single piece is something that I could actually see myself wearing, and actually need to own The pieces seemed to be inspired by. his hard work and dedication to his passion is inspiring and literally left me with tears in my eyes as we he was taking his bows.

HERE ARE MY FAVORITE LOOKS FROM THE SHOW:

My final show of the week was C+ Series. I loved the western inspiration, futuristic details and spaceman vibes that had a major presence throughout the collection. 

HERE ARE MY FAVORITE LOOKS FROM THE SHOW:

I had such an incredible week and I hope you can feel my excitement throughout this post. THANK YOU to all the PR agencies and brands that hosted me, and thank you guys for following along! It’s always an unforgettable week and I am so grateful for the opportunity to get to experience it first hand! I always feel so intimidated at the beginning of every season, and so accomplished at the end. It’s crazy to me that if I never would have stepped out of my comfort zone a couple years ago I never would have even realized this is possible. Next stop – London and Paris! hehehe ;)