Tuesday, February 19, 2013

New York Fashion Week: Things I Saw That I Liked

Fashion Week just ended last Thursday, but in this always-updating Internet culture in which we live, it seems like ages ago. So let's take a trip down memory lane, shall we? Here are the things I saw at the Fall 2013 shows that I liked.


The striped-top and peplum-skirt combos at Whit. photo by Mina Kim


The sturdy-looking wedge boots at Kimberly Ovitz, a nice balance to all the drapery and ethereal prints.



The thigh-high leather legwarmer thing happening at BCBG Max Azria. photo by Mina Kim


The hair and makeup at Noon by Noor, easily the prettiest and most wearable I saw all week. photo by Mina Kim

That Mina got this photo of the Project Runway judges. (Side note: WHAT is Heidi wearing?!) photo by Mina Kim


Don't tell anyone, but Mina caught a model smiling at Monika Chiang. photo by Mina Kim


Fantastic-looking toggle coats at Rebecca Minkoff. Seriously, reserve one now.


The rainbow-haired Chloe Norgaard, back in action at Nicole Miller.



The clothes at Mara Hoffman were great, but what I really want is this ear-cuffs-and-chain headdress designed by Pamela Love. photo by Mina Kim


Christian Siriano knows how to stage a dramatic finale (and set—note the red curtain and chandeliers).


I loved Alexandre Herchcovitch's entire show—it was one of my favorites of the week—but particularly the upside-down, semi-undressed dresses that closed it.


The pearl sweater and lace-print skirt at Lela Rose. photo by Mina Kim



Thanks to Vivienne Tam, I'm now a trillionaire! photo by Mina Kim


Watching Bill Cunningham at work while waiting for Chado Ralph Rucci to begin.


The fact that this Chado Ralph Rucci coat exists.


Beyond-fabulous accessories at Alice and Olivia.


That my seat at Reem Acra was close enough to the runway for photos like this.


Just when you're getting sick of looking at Eastern European teenage girls...hello, boys! (at Steven Alan)

And if the future of fashion is hologram leather, beam me up, Milly!


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