Jason Wu was the first big designer to show his collection at NYFW on Friday, and of course his shows always guarantee top models. Jourdan Dunn, Hilary Rhoda, and Lui Wen, just to name a few. Karlie Kloss' last look (#43, second to last of the show) seemed to cause quite a stir on the social media aspect. I am certain every single stylist will be trying to get their hands on it for awards season - this dress is a winner for sure.
|photo source clockwise from top left: style.com, instagram.com/intothegloss, nst.com, style.com|
Rag and Bone stuck to their typical tom boyish looks, but this time they picked up the color just a bit. They seemed to have gone along with the traditional pastel theme - bold and brights though, as oppose to some of the more softer pastels we have been seeing so far on the runways. Every piece was kept simple, with small details such as pops of color or faint patterns. The models also sported a bold lip - perhaps a new trend for Spring 2014?
|Rag and Bone (style.com)|
Rebecca Minkoff went above and beyond for her show, typically designer events are exclusive, but she decided to invite in a few fans. Janelle Monae sang live, and the models strutted the runway to showcase her very Latin American inspired collection. One of my favorite looks was the finale look (first left below), Lindsey Wixson walked in a rose printed silk maxi that flowed with every move.
|Rebecca Minkoff (style.com)|
Another day, another dozen collections to check out. I'm off to meet up with a few au pairs and perhaps explore the city a little more. I love this time of year - fashion is everywhere!