It’s Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week time in New York City again. Yay!
The highly anticipated event runs September 5-12 at the Lincoln Center, where designers will showcase their looks for Spring / Summer 2014
Now let me be honest, with the passing of every Fashion Week, I’m almost always overwhelmed by all of the runway shows, singling out the trends worth tracking, new designers, fabrics, colors, textures, silhouettes, … You get the picture!
This time around, I’m serving up New York Fashion Week Light. I’ll be sharing five standout, showstopping looks from each day of runway shows. That’s easier to digest than 80+ runway shows over eight days!
As crowds thronged to New York City for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, I huddled over my MacBook Pro for a virtual front-row seat.
There has been a lot to take in. And just about three days shy of its September 13 end, I’ve singled out my favorites so far.
One look at the Tracy Reese Spring/Summer 2012 collection, and I was instantly reminded why I’m a fan.
Vibrant colors, fun, lightweight fabrics, undeniably feminine, flirty looks and ladylike hats combined for a to-die-for runway show.
For a week and a half, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York churned out runway show after runway show.
Although there’s no denying the fascinating fashion that came down the catwalk, the celebrity-packed front rows had their own appeal.
Ever known for pop-art fashion, Jeremy Scott delivered a beautifully outrageous collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York.
Although I appreciated all of Wednesday’s fun, whimsical presentation (think ruby slippers à la Wizard of Oz), there was one thing that really stood out:
Alexander Wang says his Fall/Winter 2011-2012 collection was meant to poke fun at luxury.
Maybe that’s what I like about it.
All the style fantasies I had as a kid growing up in the 90’s are about to come true. That is, if the Vena Cava Fall 2011 collection is anything to go by.
The fashion brand completely shut down Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York–and it was only Day One.