Let's jump right into this final review of the shows. The two designers left that I would like to review Marc Jacob and LaQuan Smith. Both very different concepts and design elements. LaQuan Smith sent two models in high turtlenecks leotards resembling twins. His designs were striking, provocative, and chic. Catsuits, Jumpsuits, bustier dresses, and see-through…Read more Bring It to the Runway? New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2018 Review Part IV
Alright, let's dive right into this. So, we have several shows to get through. Libertine, Chiara Boni La Petite, Naeem Khan, Badgley Mischka, Vivienne Tam, and The Blonds. This review will be filled with a lot of glitz, glam, and bling. I feel that these collections are for the fun, fashion-forward girl/woman. I jotted down…Read more Bring It to the Runway? New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2018 Review Part III
Let's get into the collections from Friday and Saturday shows. Dion Lee, Christian Cowan, Pyer Moss, and Philipp Plein were my favorite. Each show had very different perspectives. Take a look below! Dion Lee collection oversized jackets with rounded sleeves. The looks are very structured. Some of the men wore flip-flops with their looks. Women…Read more Bring It to the Runway? New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2018 Review Part II
First up, Jeremy Scott! Let's get into this collection! After years of watching shows, I noticed that some designers like to put all of their pieces together mixing and matching. Just, in my opinion, I like to rock pieces as separates. The short crop jackets that gave the illusion of denim. Bold colors, flashy prints, moon…Read more Bring It to the Runway? New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2018 Review Part I
Black Panther premiere was epic! The premiere took place at the Hollywood Dolby Theater. So much "Black Excellence" was on the scene. Some of my top favorite looks included Angela Bassett, Issa Rae, Lupita Nyong'o, and Janelle Monae. Purple Carpet was the choice instead of red! Take a look at the pictures below.
Bold Prints, Fur, Fringes, and Pop Colors!