Tuesday, 20 September 2011
#NYFW CATCH UP DAY 5 & 6 HIGHLIGHTS
"B-Day or Pink Friday"
New York Fashion Week Highlights
Mon 12th & Tues 13th
The week is really spicing up as the trend setting moguls step out and fight for front row spot. From Ms Minaj to Queen Beyonce The Lincoln Centre was bursting at the hinges with the "Hott HollyHood" wanting to be the 1st to rock next seasons fresh off the runway "must haves".
Monday morning wasn't its usual regrettable, dreary self. The theatre was packed from 10am as Carolina Herrea unleashed her 2012 burst of spring colour palette. Tones of greens, blues and yellows, with simplicity and luxury being her focus.
Inspired by the Bauhaus and the lines of fluidity, she had a strong presence of evening wear and gala gowns.
A complete contrast from these flowing hems and fresh spring palette was what the next showing in the theatre at 6pm was about to unveil.
New York designer Betsey Johnson's Spring 2012 collection was a vibrant burst of energy exactly what the week needed.
This collection celebrates the exuberant, the embellished and the over the top. Creating again a collection of unique and original designs as she has done since the 1960's.
Dresses embellished with rhinestones looking like sugar coated candy canes, from every colour and cut, each piece is unique in its own right. An element of eccentricity yet urban and chic. Her collection was truly limitless and almost impossible to box. See for your self, replaying the video and get a taste of the rainbow front row behind your computer screens.
Another New York designer dominating the Stage at 11am Tuesday morning was the Fashion Heavy weight Miss Vera Wang. Never failing to disappoint she wowed the likes of Beyonce and Kim Kardashian with her signature layering, intricate draping and exquisite designs with massive attention to detail.
This collection saw her using lightweight transparent fabrics a popular runway choice for many next spring.
See the full runway show as if you were sat next to miss K.K herself.
Posted by Miss Shiniqua UK at 23:19