This weekend, I took time to catch up on some projects and I tried to sleep in a bit on Saturday- my cold seemed to be getting worse here so wanted to make sure it didn't turn into a fever. But I'm feeling much better now! I'm only attending shows of brands that I truly love and wear already so it's been a good way for me to prioritize which events I'm attending and I'm gearing up for a busy next few days ahead!
I'm excited for my day tomorrow as I have some exciting shows lined up. hint hint Zimmermann (which I'm obsessed with), so stay tuned! :) Check out what I did during NYFW day three and four below (and if you missed it, read day one and day two first)
My first presentation of the weekend was KUHO. The women’s fashion brand is based out of Korea and known for their minimal avant-garde and minimal contemporary pieces. KUHO believes that clothes should be distinctive but still maintain comfortability. Their clothing designs share similarities with architecture.
The collection this year contained the usage of layers, fishnet and coats. The main colors used were orange, green and purple. The presentation had those same main colors in the form of lights bouncing off the models. The lights made the clothes pop and it was a really cool effect.
Some of my favorite pieces from the current collection are:
I was able to preview the Rag and Bone Spring/Summer '18 collection. The collection contained a lot of plaid, hot pink, bright yellow and floral prints. I loved the pink and white boots they paired with many of the outfits. Camo was also a popular pattern for the men's collection.
Check out a few pieces I am currently loving:
My first presentation on Sunday was Tome. It was held at The Kitchen which is a preforming arts theater which was quite fitting as the collection was inspired by dancer and choreographer Pam Tanowitz. Tome took inspiration from Pam by reconstructing ballet and postmodern dance.
The collection contained all the colors of the rainbow but deconstructed with pleating and prints. I loved all the pleating and bright colors used! So far many designers have been using bold colors in their collections.
Check out a few pieces from the current collection I love:
Tome dressed me for their presentation so I wore this striped Tome shirt. I loved the dramatic bell sleeves. I paired with white denim overalls and white flats. I thought the outfit looked so crisp and clean (and I've never followed the ancient rule of no white after labor day)
Overalls: FRAME (sold out, similar HERE)
I attended a lunch hosted by Camila Coelho & BY Terry. The lunch was on the rooftop of the NoMad Hotel. The lunch was to celebrate the unveiling of the new expert range. BY Terry is known for their anti-aging formulas and beautiful color palettes.
Check out what I wore below:
Jacket: REDValentino (sold out, similar HERE)
Boots: MARC FISHER