NY Fashion Week: Day Two

The sun was out and I had the chance to enjoy the shows of great designers like Rebecca Minkoff, Noon by Noor, Carmen Marc Valvo and Nautica.

I felt inspired and there was great energy around me. I even managed to have some fun with my friends and mingle with the cool and stylish people who fly from all around the world to be here at this prestigious event.

My style today was very smart casual. I was wearing a funky Dandylion Style waistcoat with a cool print of black birds on trees on the front, and a bright orange lining on the back. My dark jeans were from Levis, sunglasses from Topshop and dark brown suede shoes from Office.

Rebecca Minkoff showed her collection in a packed theatre and I was very proud to be one of the few hundred guests invited. It was a very aesthetically pleasing show with music from a live band and very pretty models walking down the runway. The show had some effortless pieces and I could easily picture her collection on a stylish and cool girl dressing without effort. A lot of sheer and cut-out detailing could be seen, both for smart and more casual occasions. (Photos by: www.style.com)

The Carmen Marc Valvo collection was inspired by the ocean and beach, with lots of blues against white and bikini tops paired with skirts, alongside some swimming suits. The runway features athletic mesh and scuba stripe material for very fitted cocktail dresses and it was dominated by black and white.

I loved the Noon by Noor collection and could see a lot of my clients wearing the items for the spring and summer. The collection was made for a girly-girl with some flirty dresses and featured playful skirts. It was great to see a mixture of vibrant colours and soft pastels throughout the entire collection.

Seeing the show I think we will have a trend of mini dresses and knee length skirts for the spring.

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