NYFW was very hectic for me, but I’m not complaining because I had a wonderful time. I had the chance to check out new designers, beautiful models and amazing venues while enjoying the last few days of summer. On this day I covered, Sachin + Babi Runway Spring 2013 Collection, Falguni and Shane Peacock Spring 2013 Collection, Nomia Spring 2013 Presentation, and Tipsy and Tumbler Spring 2013 Fashion show..
Walk with me:
Lincoln Center, The Studio – Falguni and Shane Peacock Spring 2013 Collection.
I attended many shows during NYFW but this has got to be one of my favorites. The pieces were futuristic and sophisticated, and the shades were to die for!
Once again, my camera didn’t do any of these pieces justice. They were much more exquisite in person.
Sachin + Babi Runway Spring 2013 Collection – A spirited collection of silky dresses, leather skirts, funky belts, lovely jackets, and that crystal fitted suit! I loved it!
As I walked along the high line, I spotted this mural. Beautiful!
NYFW conveniently provided car service to and from Lincoln Center which made it so much easier to catch the shows. We were given a Piperlime bracelet as a bonus!
Kelly Osborne was a total bad ass with her shades, button up blouse, large winged buckle belt, and purple hair at the Daily Style Sessions Lounge at The Empire Hotel.
Back to The Standard Hotel for Nomia’s Spring 2013 presentation, it was such a beautiful evening!
This minimalist line had a range of fine pieces, a little too neutral and simple for me though.
These were my favorites:
Back at the Metropolitan Pavilion for Tumbler and Tipsy Fashion Show by Michael Kuluva.
Kuluva’s collection was a candy themed pop show and was definitely for a young crowd with lots of sequin, bright tulles, ruffles and sparkly bows, the Jenners’ definitely made a big splash during fashion week.
Michael Kuluva having fun with the models.
and last but not least my friend Jey Van-sharp in his black get-up. I wore a simple button up shirt, a vintage dress I cut and made into a skirt and burgundy pumps.