I would like to apologize for the long post ahead of time. There is not much to read as the images speak from themselves. Monday, day 5, was crazy busy, and I didn’t get to take pictures of my outfit. I promise a later post on everything NYC.
The Row Fall’12
I have grown to love the simplicity and timeless pieces The Row presents season after season. Yummy leather and cashmere garments will always be part of our everyday wardrobes, and the less complicated, the better. Monochrome garments from black to white, introducing shades of brow, fur and trimmings of fur kept me interested during its presentation at the Carlyle Hotel.
A bit confused!? is this Spring??? The colors and patterns are screaming Spring, and only two coats was showed. But why should I care? I live in L.A.! Preen has filled 1/3 of my wardrobe for the past three years, and I have no intensions of changing the future. Botanical flowers, butterfly prints and lace are not some of the things I go for it when shopping, but the way Preen put it out was just perfect for me. Modern, sophisticated, rich, strong, sexy, bold and interesting is exactly what I want to have in my closet lately.
Theyskens’ Theory Fall’12
Effortlessly and beautifully! Oliver Theyskens’ Theory urban (over commercialized) collection, always sends that vibe. This time around, Oliver explain he added a bit of more chic pieces into the easy sexy must have it all collection.
Phillip Lim Fall’12
An obligatory need to talk about 3.1 Phillip Lim’s collection.
It was 5 to 6 years ago when I felt in love and needed to have my wardrobe filled with Lim’s creation. Just as fast as seasons go by, Lim was no longer welcome to my closet, I started skipping his rack at Barney’s. What was he doing? Girly clothes that screamed insecure and uptight. It was last fall Lim won be back, fully back. I am in need of all he has to give. FYI: The Spring’12 collection, in stores now, is to die for.
Despite the fact Phillip Lim showed a lot more than white garments, it was those looks that called my attention the most. I have unsuccessfully trying to wear white during the winter, and still my favorite for the last two winters. When a room is filled of black and dark colors is hard to go unrecognized in white. When I saw these white garments, I felt at ease to create what I want it badly for so long. I truly disagree with whomever said “No white after labor day!” You have no vision, do you?
Marc Jacobs Fall’12
You won’t catch me dead in those hats or shoes, but in everything between, most likely! Marc Jacobs put up a show, a cross between fashion and art. Please don’t think this is the way you are suppose to wear the clothes. This is for pure enjoyment, an over-stylized anti-sexy way to have everyone talking about, in what people like to believe, the best show ever!