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Sadly, this is my last post… for New York Fashion Week! I will say I am quite sad its over. But now onto my favorites. Well Marc Jacobs was a show, a real goddamn show. It was marvelous, dramatic and gothic (in a good way). And the cherry on top was that Lady Gaga modeled for my beloved Marc! It was a really good show. My other love, Prabal Gurung, as always makes me proud to be an early follower of his. Fun fact: He was the first designer whose clothes and story behind them made me want to have a career in fashion. He truly inspires and so do his clothes, and this season was no different with the luxe materials and just all around gorgeousness. Could you tell that I loved Tommy Hilfiger? I have always loved his good ole American vibes and this season was sailor inspired, and I loved it! I would wear any one of those dresses in a heartbeat (and socks with shoes are making a resurgence as well). Then there was the Michael Kors Collection with audibly made me squeal because I was so obsessed with every look I saw. It was perfection and everything worked seamlessly together, especially those feathery jeans and that gorgeous blazer. Rodarte was amazing. So dark but dreamy. It was the perfect mixture and I was really intrigued by every look I saw. Proenza Schouler was perfect and just exceptional as usual. This season offered some much needed color and liveliness which was such a plus to an already amazing collection in my book. Ralph Lauren showcased what he does best with that classic American look. It was wonderful and I really look forward to that show every season. Rosie Assoulin. What can I say? I love her. Her clothes are playful yet grown-up and so elegant. If I was getting married tomorrow, that white dress would be what you’d find me in! And for the first time showing at NYFW, Sies Marjan was a huge hit with me and editors alike. It was a start to a very promising future. Till next time New York!

All images via Vogue Runway