On Lauren: Barney's Originals leather jacket, Zara chambray dress, vintage belt + shades.
On Micol: NiftyTrifty vintage double-breasted jacket, AG Adriano Goldschmied coated jeans, ASOS beanie, Michael Kors watch.
How fleeting is Fashion Week? It only just ended last week in New York, and already has made its way across the globe to London and now Milan. It's exhausting to think about really... imagine being an editor and having to cover every show! And while it might be a dream for some, at the end of the day Micol and I were relieved to be able to take fashion week on at our own pace. Though it was fun to dress up and join in on the excitement at the tents and after parties, we were equally happy sharing a bottle of wine and a platter of oysters and watching the fashion set walk by.
That's not to say we didn't take advantage of the opportunities we had to head out, discover new talent, and have a blast! Below is a guide to our mini NYFW photo diary above...
From top to bottom:
1. Me + Micol, kicking off fashion week at IFB Con together.
2. Falling in love with the felt hats, mixed patterns and divine layers at Trina Turk's first NYFW show.
3. Taking in the arm party backstage at the Jennifer Fisher Jewelry presentation at Barneys.
4. Sporting an all-black look topped off with my favorite DKNY red blazer at the Jennifer Fisher presentation.
5. A patterned jumpsuit pops when paired with a shiny clutch and a stack of Jennifer Fisher cuffs on one of the guests at the Jennifer Fisher presentation.
6. More fab outerwear and colorful hats at Trina Turk.
7. A deer-print blazer stole our hearts at Adeam's first NYFW presentation. Loved everything in this collection, really.
8. One of the highlights from new designer Nelly Hohmann, one of the designers highlighted at Vantan Tokyo's runway show, put on by Japan's Vantan Design Institute.
9. Chiffon sleeves and an adjustable drawstring waist elevate a common trench in designer Natsuki Watanabe's label, Sagan, also highlighted at the Vantan Tokyo show.
10. Crisp shirts and laid back vibe were key in Steven Alan's menswear collection.
11. One of the best street backdrops we've found in awhile - check out the full shoot here.
12. Androgyny reigned in Steven Alan's women's collection, with tailored pantsuits and menswear-inspired accessories.
13. A glimpse of the punk influence and bold red backdrop at Vivienne Tam's runway show.