During NYFW you are bound to end up at a wide variety of locales — showcases, private runways, MBFW @ Lincoln Center, store openings, and even fun blogger parties aka Retreats! So first up, let’s take a look at some rockin’ womens’ apparel.
Emily Saunders created a rock ‘n roll Garden of Eden for her spring/summer 2015 collection. And the collection/presentation had it all, including bringing on board for a performance, Singer/Songwriter, Kiki Rowe.
Inspired by the song “Inna Gadda Davida” and the heavy metal sounds of the late 60s, her presentation was a blend of bright hues, playful prints, and modern silhouettes. A variety of styles was surely encompassed — crop top combos, long dresses, peplum, shorts, & more.
This is my fave look, classic white, perfect length for a dressy cocktail or formal event, bold plunging neckline, all in all a confident look. I could definitely see this on a red carpet!
Not only did Saunder present some amazing looks, but some just as amazing accessories — handbags and clutches!
Accessories continue on with some stunning jewelry pieces.
And finally, no better way to complete a look than perfect styling, down to the hair, make-up, and nails. (nails & make-up by butter London)
Next up, Haspel, popular menswear brand know for seersucker suits.
Haspel revisits the sophisticated classic suit, style, and look for spring 2015. Holding it up as the perfect summer uniform, the seersucker suit is delivered in a wide spectrum of colors that include green, tan, red and optic white.
Breaking up the staple is military-inspired outerwear, lightweight windbreakers, naval deck knits and jacquard woven shirting.
The shop will be at 494 Greenwich St., NY. The brand has grown into a luxury menswear label, reflecting Saberi’s personal and experimental take on handcrafted clothing. Quoting street and skate culture as one of its main influences, the brand has now begun to pay more attention to functional qualities, whilst maintaining a strong connection to urban roots.
Saberi’s compositional mood includes layering of fabrics and edgy cuts expressed through a monochromatic color palette. The main focus of Saberi’s aesthetics is always the human body — seemingly like an armor. Recreated, remolded, and rearranged in a de-structured style, in Saberi’s perspective the human silhouette blends floating shapes with rigid geometries. Nonetheless, organic materials such as felt and cotton coexist in the skillful administration of inorganic elements like vinyl and tar.
Additional event details/sponsors —
- Food & Drink — Juice Press
- Massages — Exhale Spa
- Make-up — TOO FACED
- Hair — Oribe & R+Co
- SPF — Hampton Sun