So many shows, so little time. Well not if you’re a fashion student ’cause we live and breath this stuff. When Fashion Week rolls around you’re lucky to find me doing anything besides stalking shows from the comfort of my bed.
Check out some of my absolute favorites from this years New York Fashion week; these picks won’t dissapoint.
Alexander Wang– I honestly could live in those sheer minidresses and mesh numbers. This collection is seriously a must see.
Araks– Scuba blue and boxy tees over full skirts were the highlights. I’m a 90’s girl, but this made me tip my hat off to the 20’s.
Chadwick Bell– Really clean, and fresh colors for spring – basically the way minimalism should always be done.
Clover Canyon– If there is one thing I can count on in Clover Canyon designs it’s the prints that make my world. That is no exaggeration either, this collection was my favorite thus far, including the mens pieces which I would happily wear.
HBA– Dogs and plexi chokers were involved in the making of this show. Need I say more?
Marc by Marc Jacobs– Not to be confused with Marc Jacobs which I didn’t have much taste for. This, on the other hand, was high tech, polka-dot infused heaven.
Margiela– Where is the waiting list for those shoes, and what do I need to save?
Monique Lhuillier– There were a lot of moments I wasn’t feeling this collection. However, all of the sheer silhouettes were absolutely stunning and the iridescent fabrics made the collection worth mentioning.
Nonoo– Another really clean set of looks, those white and gold mini’s are perfection.
Prabal Gurung– The way textures and fabric were layered in his collection was absolutely flawless. But I’m sure we weren’t expecting anything less from Gurung.
Proenza Schouler– The way sportswear should be done. Color blocked leather and deconstructed argyle put this collection in my top three of NYFW.
Public School– Basic pieces with pops of color, and the layering was on point.
Thom Browne– I need every jacket that was shown. Really. I’d like every. last. one.