First, let me start by apologizing to Virgil Abloh. I finally watched the full show. When I tell you I ate all of my words from the previous post. This collection rose to the occasion for sure. The clothing was luxe, well made, and not to mention swagged out. As the band plays, the show…Read more Stepping into The Future with Louis Vuitton Men’s Spring Summer 2019
Questions answered, say no more! I'm completely convinced that this collection is for the Millenials. From the oversized shapes, Bart Simpson printed shirts and the OFF center front lines, and fisherman vest all just OFF... Not to mention that all the models looked like underage teenage boys. I'm not sure where they're going or what…Read more Off-White Spring Summer 2019 Menswear
Earlier this year we learned that Virgil Abloh became the creative director of Louis Vuitton. So, I wanted to know the story behind Virgil. At first, I couldn't quite grasp what his design aesthetic was or audience. However, after watching a couple of interviews and reading articles his fashion pov (point of view) became…Read more Virgil Abloh Designer for the Millenials?
Met Gala 2018 heated up with the theme "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination" out at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute. So many different looks and styles. There were some hits and misses but I'll let you all decide. My favorite look of the night was Rihanna hands down. Rihanna per usual…Read more Met Gala 2018 Heavenly Bodies
One thing about Karl Lagerfeld he knows how to put on a production. Show after show, he gets it right! The setting of the show is in a forest. Models emerge from behind mirror box. The looks are dark, vintage, and very Andy Sachs from The Devil Wears Prada. Most of the model rocked top…Read more Come into The Woods with Chanel Fall-Winter 2018 2019 Ready-to-Wear Show!
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