Three days at New York Fashion Week seemed like a New York minute! I survived my first fashion week and wanted to share my dream experience with all of you. I will do some other posts on what was in my bag and how I planned my outfits in the weeks to come. But for now, here is my three days in what I can only describe as a dream come true. A lot of hustle and bustle, amazing clothing and street style, and a once in a lifetime experience.
Do you ever have those moments where you just want to pinch yourself because you think, “how is this happening to me?” Well, I had about seven of those throughout my few days in New York. I am not much a a wedding girl and don’t really dream about that big day, but Fashion Week on the other hand, is something I have dreamed about since I was a little girl. For those who follow me on Instagram, you were able to catch some snippets from my days. Here is just a little glimpse into the three days in New York and thoughts on some of the shows I was able to attend.
Romeo Hunte SS18 Presentation
You definitely see some bold fashion at New York Fashion week. The Romeo Hunte presentation had some interesting pieces, but fun details and great leather statements.
Reward Style Retreat
The 831 Minhle show has some beautiful and delicate lace pieces. Loved them all.
The Michael Costello show was by far one of my favorite shows/presentations. I felt like I was walking into an art gallery filled with beautiful gowns. Each room had a themed look and feel to the dresses and I fell in love with every single one of them. I know who I will be reaching out to when I am ready for my wedding dress.
If you haven’t noticed by now, the suit is coming back in a big way! Most of the shows I attended had great structured suits, tops and trousers. I loved how Taoray Wang made some untraditional changes to the traditional suit. Sorry for the blurry photo.
Son Jung Wan
Every show was so fun to go to. I loved see all the production that goes into these pounding 10 minutes of fashion. Son Jung Wan had some very unique pieces with great little details.
This Italian designer has some amazing 50’s Euro inspired pieces.
They were feminine and unique and I absolutely loved the entire collection. If you haven’t heard of her, you need to check her out.
Such an amazing few days and I can’t wait to attend again next year.