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This post is my second installment of my New York Fashion Week coverage. Every show got better as the days progressed. But now onto my favorites, I adored Altuzarra. Joseph Altuzarra is so talented in every way and I am never disappointed by his work. The shapes of his clothes are exciting and this season; the prints and embroideries he offered were delicious. Also Calvin Klein Collection was so neat and clean but it was also very different from last season. Francisco Costa tried something new with the geodes on some of the dresses, and the experiment was totally worth it. Derek Lam was feminine and strong and so beautiful. I want to own every piece (especially those fur coats). Edun too was feminine and so beautiful. The colors were so exhilarating especially that light salmon colored suit. Alexander Wang never ceases to amaze and excite. All his clothes are covetable right at this moment and he offers something everyone wants to wear whether you are extremely girly or not. For example, I would consider myself a pretty girly person but the clothes for his collection made me want to jump on the gothic bandwagon. This fall season was a little goth, but I think it has shown to be a new way to incorporate a little darkness into your closet. (In my next post Marc Jacobs and Rodarte joined the dark side too). But it is important to add that a lot of pink has been on the runway like at J. Crew and Boss. Delpozo has to be one of my favorite design houses ever; the designs are so innovative and breathtaking and this season was no different. The colors and shapes were perfection. I really really liked Coach 1941! The sporty feel is the closest I will ever feel to being athletic with the varsity jackets, and I’m ok with that! Carolina Herrera was a dream. And if someone does not wear that gorgeous purple gown to the Oscars, I will devastated. At Diane Von Furstenberg the 70’s era was in full throttle along with other collections too. Diane also incorporated some cross body fur stoles that were in other collections. One more post to go to cap off New York Fashion Week. Stay tuned!
All images via Vogue Runway