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I will start this post off with my highlights of NYFW. Oscar de la Renta was pure grace and polished beauty. Peter Copping has taken on so much and he has kept with Mr. de la Renta’s aesthetic but also he has made it his own with his beautiful designs. Proenza Schouler was everything I would have wanted and more. The classic color palette and the intricate detailing on the clothes was so wonderful. Also the shoes were something else! Prabal Gurung, one of the first designers I started following religiously, made me believe in him even more with this recent collection. The inspiration came from his hometown of Nepal and the clothes symbolized his love of his country. His luxe details and sensual silhouettes were his signature. Finally Marc Jacobs. I was left speechless. It was a thrilling show and the clothes just kept getting better and better as each model sauntered down the runway. Every look was so different yet they worked so well together. It was a chic circus but with a good-ole American look to the collection as well.

(all images via Vogue Runway)