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The fashion masses have gathered to the epicenter of New York Fashion Week, at the Lincoln Center tents. Thursday began with an amazing presentation of Nicholas K.'s signature muted collection. BCBG was no surprise a massive show of feminine opulence, where oversized furs, layered knits and maxi dresses, and slouchy beanies were the key. A doubled-up women's and men's show at Richard Chai was twice as chic with plaid suits and army green ensembles.  We took a very close look at Timo Weiland's impressive display of both man candy and tailored looks. The moment of the night had to go to an Anna Wintour spotting at Kimberly Ovitz. Such a rarity.

stay tuned for more NYFW coverage!!!




Rebecca Minkoff has formed an international army of fans since the release of the must-have M.A.C. handbag series. From the mini to the 5 to the clutch, in every color of the rainbow you can think of (and then some), we've been seeing the troops march around all over New York Fashion Week. Which brings us right here, right the Rebecca Minkoff Fall 2013 show. Gawk below.



The four collections we viewed today set the floral trend in stone for next Spring. Each (female) designer put her own fingerprint on the universally expected trend for the season - Nanette Lepore drew inspiration from beautiful toile porcelain, Milly by Michelle Smith went the sporty-chic route and added some silver into the mix, the legendary Anna Sui rocked it out in punk attire, and Californian Rozae Nichols of Clover Canyon took us on a printed road trip involving some cannibus plants and major sequins.

What's the message here? Women who design for women know exactly how we want to dress season after season. As New York Fashion Week comes to a bittersweet close, the Fall season will finally start to creep into our wardrobes, calling for chunky knits, darker colors, and boots of all sorts. Images of Spring 2013 will slowly fade, but once the holiday season is over, we'll be pleasantly reminded of every collection we fell in love with this past week.

So here's to enjoying Fall, and looking forward to Spring.

relaxing backstage at Nanette Lepore
Nanette Lepore with Abigail Breslin
mixing fashion + politics
Brazilian Girls performing on the runway
sporty chic at Milly by Michelle Smith
our favorite look
The Blonde Salad and friends
goody bags at Anna Sui
flower power with Alexa Chung
punk rock girls at Anna Sui
Karlie Kloss closing the show
going on a road trip with Clover Canyon
drinks courtesy of Juicy Couture
good night, NYFW


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Great scoop on FW! Guess there's only one week marked on a city girl's calendar, right..?Love, - A From

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The talk of the town stemmed from a Medieval-Dungeons and Dragons-inspired collection brought by the Mulleavy sisters at Rodarte. A now black-haired Jessica Stam opened the show to a following stampede of oversized fringed jackets, pants made of leather straps and metal grommets, whimsical yet edgy gowns complete with breastplates and wide belts, and artistically molded footwear. Anna Wintour sat front and center along with fellow Vogue editor Virginia Smith, with superstar and Mulleavy friend Kirsten Dunst sitting across the way next to Emmanuelle Alt. Spring in Rodarte is definitely for the fashion forward, and not for the spring florals-only inclined.

Marc Jacobs, who presented his Spring RTW show the day before with his bold, mod stripes, changed it up for his littler line, Marc by Marc Jacobs at the Lexington Armory. A burst of color - both literally on the runway, and on the clothes - got us thinking about wearing headwraps and skirts and scarves again. Mr. Jacobs designs in such a way that speaks to both the sophisticated and funky youth at the same time. Where else would you find Zosia Memet of our fave new HBO show Girls and a Jonas at the same fashion show?

Rachel Zoe waiting for her ride
Miroslava Duma, too cute in lime and rainbow pumps
Frida Gustavsson after the show
the finale walk at Marc by Marc Jacobs
Zanna Roberts Rassi of Marie Claire, hot in hot pink
Hanneli Mustaparta shooting some street style photos
spending the rest of the evening wandering around Soho


Monday's flashback to forward fashion is not an anomaly of NYFW shows, but more of an ode to the classic style from decades past. It's been said that in order to move forward, we must learn from the past. In fashion lingo, this means everything from bringing back '50s cocktail hour with appropriate cocktail dresses, or ripped-up grunge from the not-so-far 1990s.

3.1 Phillip Lim served up a delicious collection inspired by '90s rap and all its poetry; Lim "manipulated and reassembled many pieces in a manner similar to the literary ?cut-up? technique used by Beat writers and Nineties-era lyricists." Flamingo pink suede overalls, thrashed and zipped jeans and jackets, and a T-shirt that hit close to home: "I <3 NUEVA YORK." Homeboy's got skillz.

Karen Walker delighted us with a quirky-cool collection of retro '50s ensembles with a futuristic, celestial twist. The models were topped with fantastically full bangs, some red-tinted goggles to add to our growing sunglasses collection (the Number One will always be our #1 though), and girly frothy sundresses in a sherbert palette graced the runway.

The Alice + Olivia presentation was like getting into a time capsule, and catapulting into 1950s candy land of bright, feminine, and dreamy gowns, printed attire, and...Magnum ice cream bars. Designer Stacey Bendet out-did herself with a lavish collection, sure to be highly coveted come springtime.

models backstage
Miroslava Duma & Marina Larroude in the building
Leandra Medine with Linda Fargo pre-Karen Walker
Gary Pepper Vintage, looking fab as usual
'50s American Dreamland @ Alice + Olivia
the gorgeous & talented Stacey Bendet
Kaylee DeFer making an appearance


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