Teen Vogue’s Jane Keltner de Valle wore a Jason Wu Skirt, Jason Wu bag, and Proenza Schouler top to yesterday’s Derek Lam show.
Born in the U.S. and raised in England, model Sojourner Morrell is one of the newer faces on the scene and one of my favorites. Outside Milk Studios she wore tough-cool layers of gray denim.
Miroslava Mikheeva Duma wore a jumpsuit printed with dogs and a beautiful statement necklace to yesterday’s Jason Wu show.
Model Jessica Hart lingered outside Milk Studios after a friend’s presentation.
Food note: The People’s Pops, the artisanal popsicles sold at Chelsea Market across the street, have been extremely popular with the fashion crowd.
Photographer Marianne Theodorsen of Style Devil wore an orange vintage skirt, Acne top and silver 3.1 Phillip Lim heels while shooting street style outside the BCBG show at Lincoln Center.
And…. we’re off! The first full day of New York Fashion Week always has that first day of school feel to it. It’s good to see some familiar faces, like the ever-chic Virginia Smith of Vogue, who attended this morning’s BCBG Max Azria show dressed in black and white. Loved the monochromatic palette as transitional wear into fall and the animal print pants.
Another great menswear look from the Jazz Age Lawn Party. Shorts and vests were the way to go – and the boating hat is very charming.
I think I will always love turbans, especially white ones. Blame it on Lana Turner in The Postman Always Rings Twice. It just adds an extra level of elegance to any look, as with this vintage silk floral dress and cute heels with socks at the Jazz Age Lawn Party.
Loved this lady with her This Side of Paradise bag. It’s just from Barnes & Noble, but so apropos for the Jazz Age Lawn Party. She also wears a vintage dress, cloche hat and elaborate false beaded eyelashes.
Vests have been a popular sartorial choice for men not just at this 1920s-themed party but on the streets of New York. Look for more of them when the weather gets cooler this fall.
This sporty outfit seen may look vintage, but it’s actually a mix of modern day Thom Browne, Ralph Lauren and J. Crew – and testament to how much the 1920s are currently influencing men’s fashion.
It’s August, and you know what that means in the fashion world: time to start thinking about what you’ll wear next spring. RICA Swimwear designer Ava Sanjurjo got plenty of practice thinking ahead in her previous job as a trend scout, and the suits she showed at last night’s spring preview reflected several key directions in fashion. (more…)