Lela Rose is always a favorite runway show of mine – her spring/summer ’15 collection is what dreams are made of! Her signature hyper-feminine, flattering silhouettes were accented with sweet and sensible cutouts, bold florals and a few other powerful prints (hello, giant polka dots!). Shop her current fall collection here.
This was my first time being invited to Nanette Lepore‘s show, so I was very excited for a new experience. Her collection is filled with vacation-ready pieces like flowy dresses and printed pants, pops of sunny yellow and the most mod sandals – ideal for a trip to South Beach! Shop Nanette’s fall collection here.
Misha Nonoo was certainly the most entertaining of all the runway shows that I attended at fashion week. Not only were the pieces elegant with dramatic draping, summer-ready short sets and the prettiest prints (inspired by Brooklyn-based artist Dustin Yellin), she actually sent Yellin down the runway in one of the pieces he inspired – carrying an iced Starbucks coffee, no less. I love how she shared her show with him – artists inspiring artists! A couple of his pieces were even featured outside the venue. Check out her current collection available here.
Another old (but always fresh) favorite of mine during fashion week is Tory Burch. Her silhouettes are always wearable, cool and fabulously fun! From the oversized earrings to fringe-adorned hems, it’s all in the details. My favorite look was the graphic-print blouse + 3/4 sleeve coat combo you see on the far left – it makes a statement while still being effortless and chic. Tory Burch’s fall collection is also not to be missed – shop it here!
Another new show I added to my books this season was that of Ohne Titel(a big thanks to my gal Sonia from RMO-Wetherly for hooking me up!). Sporty separates and fringed knits reigned supreme, but strappy knee-high sandals stole the show. A cool-girl’s collection to be sure. Ohne Titel is definitely a new fave!
Tibi is always cutting edge, coming out with a fresh take on old favorites. Think angelic dresses, new necklines, the coolest (embellished) culottes and equally fun mix-and-match separates. The shoes were also stellar. As always, I’ll be picking up a number of the solid pieces as spring wardrobe staples once the weather starts to warm up – that white dress is a dream! Shop more fabulous fall pieces by Tibi here.
Leave it to Cynthia Rowley to steal my heart – mod shifts, mule sandals and major accessories (did you see my Instagram?) were totally speaking to me. These were my four favorite looks from the presentation, but there were a number of other sportier pieces that I know would be perfect for my current day-to-day schedule/lifestyle – i.e. lunch meetings straight to the gym! Don’t forget to check out her newly launched fall collection on her website.
If you picked up Lucky Magazine‘s September issue, you may have seen a familiar face on its pages! If you didn’t, go pick up the issue right this second!! The October issue will be hitting stands in a few days, so don’t miss out. You may recall a few Instagrams (exhibits A, B and C!) from the shoot back in June, but if not, I had the chance to partner with Last Call Studio and Lucky Magazine on a super fun feature for this month’s issue, showcasing Last Call’s amazing new fall merchandise! In addition to the mag feature, I’m also excited to announce I’ll be hosting a fall fashion event at Last Call Studio in Dallas’ Inwood Village this Saturday!
For those of you in the Dallas area, come by Last Call Studio between 1pm-3pm this Saturday to enjoy a short presentation with me and a Lucky style expert, and to shop my favorite fall picks from designers I love! It’s going to be so fun – there will be a DJ, photobooth, and more! I hope you all can join me in what is sure to be a blast of an afternoon.