Tag Archive: Fashion Week

NYFW Spring/Summer 2017 Highlight – Tadashi Shoji

Nine times out of ten, Tadashi Shoji can do no wrong. This collection wasn’t necessarily a miss, but it didn’t excite me like his past collections. The color palette was gorgeous, and the… Continue reading

NYFW Spring/Summer 2017 Highlight – Nicole Miller

Nicole Miller was inspired by molas and the Kuna women of Colombia and Panama (Vogue). The result was a gorgeous collection of vibrant fabrics and a masterful mix and match of patterns.

NYFW Spring/Summer 2017 Highlight – Cushnie et Ochs

Cushnie et Ochs’ latest collection has me feeling some kind of 90s way, but I can’t quite put my finger on the reason why. Maybe it’s the silk? Maybe it’s the paper-thin, slip… Continue reading

NYFW Spring/Summer 2017 Highlight – Adam Selman

Adam Selman’s runway on the first day of New York Fashion Week gave me all the 1970s feels. The wide-leg pants, the crochet (all of the crochet), and the striped pieces felt so authentic… Continue reading

NYFW Spring/Summer 2017 Highlight – Marissa Webb

Combining a feminine ruffle with edgy leather is nothing new; some may say the soft/hard combo is downright predictable. But when it’s done this well, it’s hard not to appreciate it. Webb’s collection… Continue reading

NYFW Spring/Summer 2017 Highlight – Brock Collection

I admit, Brock Collection has never really been on my radar, but this RTW runway may have changed that. The collection was so romantic and light and effortless, it was kind of hard… Continue reading

NYFW Spring/Summer 2017 Highlight – Nicholas K

Nicholas K’s collections are generally not my aesthetic. They seem to always have a “stranded on Tatooine” vibe, that just doesn’t speak to me. However, this RTW collection seemed far more streamlined, and… Continue reading

The Best Wearable Looks of Paris Couture Fall/Winter 2014

Paris Couture is what dreams are made of. Designers come together to create collections that most of us can only ever fantasize about. While some couture leans more towards art rather than wearable… Continue reading

Varignia Garcia: Bringing Peru to America

  I recently volunteered at DC Fashion Week and I had the absolute pleasure of working with Peruvian designer Varignia Garcia as her assistant.     Varignia’s interest in fashion began as a… Continue reading

Versace Spring Couture 2014

Versace consistently puts out fantastic garments and their Spring Couture 2014 collection has kept the label’s reputation right on track. Aside from their classic skin-baring necklines and slits, there was another element of… Continue reading

Temperley Pre-Fall 2014

I have no words. Alice by Temperley is one of the most stunning collections I’ve seen. There is such an easy romanticism to the collection. Temperley created 33 looks for the collection and… Continue reading

Alexis Mabille Fall/Winter Paris Couture 2013

Couture fashion is all about extravagant, one-of-a-kind pieces that you can only dream of wearing. Alexis Mabille’s Paris Couture took that dream to fairy tale status. As I watched the show, I was… Continue reading

Alexandre Vauthier Spring/Summer 2013

Paris Couture. It just sounds pretty, doesn’t it? Alexandre Vauthier created a stunning collection for Paris Couture Fashion Week. The palette was predominantly black with some accents of silver and dark navy. Additionally,… Continue reading