NYFW: Day Four

Here are my FAVs from today’s shows…

Vivienne Tam



Diane von Furstenberg

Band Of Outsiders



Trina Turk





Custo Barcelona



Victoria Beckham




Derek Lam



Vivienne Tam – Ugh. Amazing. Again, lots of feminine plaid and gingham styles, boxy tops and cropped pants. I love what designers are doing with plaid, gingham and the sport trend. The pops of color are also unexpected and really fresh.

DVF – I could’t WAIT to see what she had in store and in addition to her sashay down the runway, her collection was equally as pleasing to the senses. Intense color, flirty polka dots in sheer fabrics, tribal inspired zebra and African print dresses are only a few of the styles that were noteworthy.

Band Of Outsiders – Love the shimmery flowy coats (seen a lot of those this week) and again, pops of color with a really feminine silhouette in reference to the more sporty styles. I’ll definitely be sporting sweatshirts with chiffon, lace and sheer skirts this Spring…

Trina Turk – This girl does Cali casual really nice. She stayed true to her signature trippy patterns and mixed it in with a laid back 70s vibe with both brights and subtle neutrals.

Thakoon – IN LOVE. The use of jacquard, stockings and lace detailing is to die for. The shimmery satin crops are noteworthy as well as the surprisingly wearable metallics, feathers and asymmetrical cuts. And that red leather pencil skirt? OMG.

Custo Barcelona – Lots of color, signature neons, sheer tops and bottoms and A LOT of tribal print. Tried and true Custo Barcelona.

Victoria Beckham – Yes yes yes. Bless her. Everything is simplistic yet exudes class and modernity. From cropper trousers, apron minis, A line tunics and full rounded ruffle hem tops her whole collection is the epitome of Beckham. She wears her items well. Oh and the pink and the geometric biker jackets? WOW.

DKNY – The definition of street style. Lots of denim, jumpsuits, loosely structured overcoats with tennis skirts…Those updated sneaker heels are definitely not the ones Jenny From The Block wore when she broke into the music scene – these are must haves. Modern and sporty yet ultra feminine. The mixing of neutral colors like lilac and taupe looked amazing with the electric blues and neon oranges. Also noteworthy were the sporty sneakers and gowns – worn together = genius.

Derek Lam – another favorite, the flirty gingham, gladiator sandals, roomy coats and flowy skirts were on point.









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