This is the last day of my NYFW posts, because it was with this outfit that I said farewell to this beautiful city that enchanted me from the start. It was a full day, starting with breakfast at Tiffany's. Every perfect day should start with that, right? I viewed the runway shows of three amazing designers, starting with Nanette Lepore, then Clover Canyon, and lastly Anna Sui.
This Nanette Lepore collection was light and playful. It was more casual than prior collections. The breezy looks are very wearable for the every girl. It was like, "hey it's summer, let's go for a day-date at the ice cream shop." I thought the colors were fresh and matched the brevity of the collection.
photos by Elle
Prints, prints, prints! Clover Canyon more than delivered on their signature style element. There was print mixing within a single print, print mixing among pieces within a look, and overall, each print sang together in an intriguing harmony. Furthermore, the silhouettes were modern and exciting. The perforated coat, structured shift dresses, and play with sheer fabrics was jaw-dropping. The Clover Canyon girl will turn heads everywhere she goes!
Lastly was a very bohemian, hippie-lauding collection by Anna Sui. While not my personal aesthetic, I can appreciate the genius of the designer behind these impeccable pieces. In the styling, presentation, and individual garments, there was a truly holistic vibe. It almost felt like Lincoln Center entered a time transport to the sixties. I thought Karlie Kloss looked particularly stunning in the gold embellished lace/sheer dress. It was gloriously striking as it came down and I had to resist running up to the runway and snatching that amazing oversized butterfly necklace to take home with me. It was quite fun to view the collection from the 2nd row, and get to see the details and construction.