It seem to take forever but this season not only does Paris Fashion Week have an app, it also has live streaming!Paris Fashion Week SS18
I decided to something a little different in my coverage of the collections for Fashion Week month since doing the same old thing of writing a blog post review in the same old format felt boring and stale.
So this year I decided to do post-it sized illustrations of my favorite looks from the collections I loved!
Here are my notas from NYFW!
New York Fashion Week FW16 had extra-cold New York winter weather but that was not enough to keep the fashion and celebrity hordes from attending the shows.
Here’s what I learned from the first week of of Fashion Month
This is the one show that all the fashion cognoscenti agreed was outstanding and it makes perfect sense that Lady Gaga would be his special guest on the runway.
2. The Coach FW16 Collection by Stuart Vevers offered the coolest interpretation of the varsity jacket seen in a long time!
All the cool “It” girls will want one.
3. Wide-Legged Pants work!
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They are comfy, cool and versatile.
4. Yezzy Season 3
Love it or hate it, everyone talked about it and that is what a collection needs in today’s market.
5. The official NYFW site, app and social media channels set the standard for Fashion Month FW16!
If you missed anything from NYFW FW16, that was your fault! The Official NYFW site offered comprehensive info on schedules, designers, backstage and street style videos, events and more while their Instagram provided constant updates. They did the darn thing complete with mike drop!
Make sure to watch out for my 4 Things I Learned From Milan AW16 coming up soon!
London Fashion Week AW16 was packed with shows, presentations and events showcasing the best of British Fashion.
Here’s what I learned from this spectacular season:
Unlike their cousins from across the pond, where shows have a theoretical start time, London shows start on time or as close to on time as possible.
I made a mistake in thinking that the Burberry AW16 live stream would probably start late…I was wrong and missed most of the show. Thank goodness for rebroadcasts!
2. Presentations are cool too!
At a fashion show, most of the time, the models move quickly down the runway, barely allowing you to take a pic or a vid clip with your iPhone.
At a presentation, the viewer has the chance to see the designer’s works up close and see the artistry involved without having to worry that their three second time limit is over.
3. London AW16 designers are fun!
There are times that fashion can take itself too seriously and over-meta think everything. This creates a simmering pot of snarkiness that seems to infect critics, commentators and viewers alike.
Fashion is meant to be enjoyed, so amen for designers like Ashish for making me want to get a groovy grape-colored Afro wig and gorgeous sequined pjs to match!
4. Some Looks are really for Spring/Summer
I live in South Florida, so sheer, transparent, floaty pieces are no problem for me to wear cause it’s usually 88+ degrees in December.
However, I suspect that for those women who live in colder climates, they won’t be wearing these looks for the Fall/Winter season…unless, they come to South Florida.
5. Less is more!
A simple, well-crafted garment is a thing of beauty that is a welcome addition to anyone’s wardrobe!
6. I need a Paul Smith Suit!
I am convinced that once I have a suit, like the one above from the Paul Smith AW16 Collection, I will be able to rule the world!
Who would challenge me when I would be so freshly attired?
The Anya Hindmarch AW16 Collection shows that there is nothing wrong in adding humorous elements to your wardrobe like a coat with the ghosts from Pac-Man on it or wearing a hat that has cute teddy bear ears on top.
The Tetris-tile accented handbags are on my #wishlist for sure!