NYFW: DAY 2

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New York Fashion Week is here, and as it happens each season we will be here with you reporting our favourite shows and giving you all the details of the hits, the misses and the things we need to have up until spring. So dive in, and let the fashion month begin! In case you missed the first day of NYFW click the link: DAY 1



It all started with a Valentino Red, the collection that provided us with summertime nostalgia (already!) in the middle of September. The all time classic romantisism mixed with crochet prints full of sunlight and summer waves were the signatures of this presentation. Add the light ombre-ish washed denims (Editors note: I need that overall/jumpsuit thing in my life) and the bright acessories and you have a winner.



A similar mood with a different vibe was set during the Hellessy show. The effortless, mostly off-the shoulder pieces, are not just items of desire for the majority of our team (and every woman out there I believe, but they are something that could be seen passing by the streets of Amalfi Coast or Santorini; minimal, light and airy.






Marissa Webb was definetely one of my favourites of the day. That’s probably because I love multifunctional and minimal pieces. The statement was made during the alternation between of the loose with the slightly more figure-hugging lines and the ruffly see-through with the silk tops. A collection that can take you from the office straight to cocktail hour. And we love that.



The CFDA approved duo of Brock Collection, definetely prooved us right during this fashion show. With simple patterns and effortlessly structured pieces this collection oozed femininity on every step of the way. A ready-to-wear out of our dreams.




Knits, prints and checkered pieces. The Thakoon collection was a very coherent one, but the darker palette and the layering had a fall vibe to it. If you’re into your total black all year round you will indeed love it. Bonus points for all the amazing denim pieces that got a bit lost under the layers.



Last but not least: Nicholas K; I’m not going to lie I was going back and forth looking at this collection trying to understand it, while considering if I’m going to remember it or not. It was minimal, clean with a nomadic feel to it, probably due to the mix and match of the natural fabrics -mostly linen and silk-, which in some cases were knotted and wrapped in an effortless manner. Everything was brought together by the simple metal jewellery and the simply put-together belt bags.  


Which show was you favourite? Which one are you dying to see next?

All photos are courtesy of Vogue.com

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