Bitter Sweet Ending
That's how I'm assuming the conclusion of NYFW feels, bitter sweet. Bitter because the excitement, shows, beautiful people, clothes, and after parties are over yet sweet since you're left with the excitement of clothes to come and all the chaos surrounding the past few weeks subsides and it becomes possible again to breathe. Finally. I'll be sure to let you know exactly how it feels next year. Like I said, I will be in attendance even if it takes breaking a few laws to get there.
Forced to watch the shows from a distance on my computer, which felt a lot like prison, some still successfully managed to captivate and inspire through the screen. Alexander Wang's glow in the dark pieces. I could use more of that.
Pants were scarce but bondage like lines were plenty
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Where color rained down both on clothes and streaks of fashion models hair
Where Bollywood inspiration and intricate detail was everywhere
Neon's and black were plenty but pants, again, were scarce
And last but not least, two sets of pairs behind powerhouse brands that could never do me any wrong. Laura & Kate Mulleavy of Rodarte and Marcus Wainwright and David Neville of Rag & Bone.
As always, marching to the beat of a fantastically different drum
Rag & Bone
Man repelling at its finest - fashions women love but men hate never looked so good