Monday, September 15, 2014

New York Fashion Week S/S 2015 Highlights

It's hard to believe that New York Fashion Week has come to a close, and we are already on Day 4 of LFW. You probably did not have time to cozy up at home, with a tea and watch every runway show, and if you did I think most people are extremely jealous of you. For those of you, like me, were lucky enough to watch one show a day, I thought I'd give you the highlights so you know what you missed.

Barbie pink house and carpet + Beats by Dre + Kendall Jenner = Marc by Marc Jacobs
Marc Jacobs definitely brought a whole new dimension to the show, just as he intended. Instead of having sound through loud speakers, the narratives and music were only available via Beat Headphones, which were provided to those who attended. It's definitely incredible seeing fashion elite like Anna Wintour in Beats.

Besides the pink world and new sound Marc Jacobs immersed the audience in, he also showed us a new take by dressing the models head to toe in military outfits. Kendall Jenner included.

Jeremy Scott + Miley Cyrus

Miley made her first runway creation for Jeremy Scott. The singer made jewellery out of alphabet beads, children's toys and anything else with colour.

The line was a mix of 60's, 70's, 80's, florals, and a whole lot of colour and prints. The line had a very psychedelic feel, and was very whimsical and child like, even Shrek made an appearance.

Betsey Johnson
Betsey Johnson's shows are always flirty, and this year was no different. With transgender, and same sex couples strutting the runways in her innovative outfits, Johnson called the show a freedom of marriage and stated that "Pre-nup is a part of the whole world...everybody is getting married. Finally, freedom."

Of course she finished the show with cartwheels, accompanied by her adorable grand-daughter.

13 and She's Been to Fashion Week
Isabella Rose Taylor made it to fashion week at the age of 13, and just launched her junior line exclusively at Isabella says she gets inspiration from her paintings. She has been sewing and creating since she was 9 and painting since she was 3. Her line consisted of maxi dresses, cropped halter tops and tennis skirts. Most kids dream of becoming a designer when they're older, few achieve it, and very few do at the age of 13.

This girl is on fire.

That was one crazy packed wild week, full of innovative styles, breakthrough ideas, and upcoming geniuses, can't wait to see what London has in store for us all!

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