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Archived: September 2011

  1. SPRING 2012 PARIS MID-WEEK FAVORITES

    SPRING 2012 PARIS MID-WEEK FAVORITES

    Because Paris is so Major League and each day is full of fan favorites and new surprises, I feel the need to feature a few of my favorites so far knowing there will be plenty more to come in the remaining days of Paris Fashion Week. So far I’ve loved Dries Van Noten, Pedro Lourenço, and […]

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  2. SPRING 2012 PARIS “ONES TO WATCH”

    SPRING 2012 PARIS “ONES TO WATCH”

    And finally Paris Fashion Week starts today marking the beginning of the end of the Spring runway season. So far we’ve been seeing tons of vibrant fashion from NY, London, and Milan making the theme of fashion pretty pronounced this season. The big question is whether Paris will follow suit and present us with bright […]

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  3. SPRING 2012 TREND ALERT: RETRO LADYLIKE DRESSING

    SPRING 2012 TREND ALERT: RETRO LADYLIKE DRESSING

    As we progress through Milan, another trend is strongly emerging out of the design powerhouses. In the past couple weeks all the attention has been squared on the vibrant and youthful sporty vibe started off in NY which continued expectedly to London, but as you might already know, fashion is always about contrast and juxtaposition […]

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  4. S/S 2012 MILAN “ONES TO WATCH”: CO-TE

    S/S 2012 MILAN “ONES TO WATCH”: CO-TE

    Can’t believe London is ending today AND Milan is starting. Have you watched the livestream of the Gucci show yet? I’m still gathering my thoughts about it and so glad that Milan always starts off with a great show. For the 3rd city in a row I present to you my “ones to watch”. Milan […]

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  5. SPRING 2012 TREND ALERT: SPORTY-SEXY BRA TOP

    SPRING 2012 TREND ALERT: SPORTY-SEXY BRA TOP

    There were many clear early trends from the NY runways and none more so clear than the bra top. Sticking to the overall theme, these bra tops were kept to a fashionably sporty vibe featuring thick straps, elastic bands, sporty cut outs, and paired with flowy jackets, full skirts, and worn over dresses. While the […]

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  6. S/S 2012 LONDON “ONES TO WATCH”

    S/S 2012 LONDON “ONES TO WATCH”

    With the Marc Jacobs show officially closing NYFW, we, along with the rest of the fashion circus, head to London – a city which is doing a fantastic job at promoting its young and vibrant fashion industry. With the word vibrancy on everyone’s mind as they leave NY, it should be expected for London to […]

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  7. NYFW LOOK OF THE DAY: DAY 7

    NYFW LOOK OF THE DAY:  DAY 7

    There were many good shows on Tuesday with Vera Wang, Rodarte and Narcisso Rodriguez leading the pack.  I’m absolutely wowed by Vera’s beautiful take on delicacy and sport.  The fabrics, the colors, the silhouettes were all so modern and so fresh.  She has really been killing it these past few seasons.  I’m so impressed by […]

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  8. NYFW LOOK OF THE DAY : DAY 6

    NYFW LOOK OF THE DAY : DAY 6

    Today I would like to present my “Look of The Day” for Monday 9/12. Now that we are fast approaching the end of NYFW, certain trends are starting to concretely solidify and the look I chose today successfully employs these dominating NYFW themes in one cohesive, modern, and appealing ensemble. The winning look goes to […]

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  9. NYFW LOOK OF THE DAY: DAY 5 TREND ALERT: THINK PINK

    NYFW LOOK OF THE DAY: DAY 5 TREND ALERT: THINK PINK

    Still playing catch up and Sunday’s “Look of the Day” belongs to New York City’s perennial ambassador – Donna Karan’s DKNY. No one gets NYC better than Donna Karan and through this collection she presents her guide to survive New York’s scorching and sweaty summer heat while looking fresh and chic. This particular look encapsulates the collection’s […]

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  10. NYFW LOOK OF THE DAY: DAY 4

    NYFW LOOK OF THE DAY:  DAY 4

    I’m playing catch up today on the weekend’s shows….and want to present my favorite look from Saturday 9/10/11. There were many great shows to choose from including Band of Outsiders, Altuzarra, Libertine, Alexander Wang, Helmut Lang, and Graeme Armour.  All of which I enjoyed different aspects of.  Helmut Lang presented a sharp collection of black […]

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