Blah blah blah, faShIon! I have so many thoughts and stuff to talk about, but I’m exhausted—not because I was hopping from one show to the next in heels, but because work has been really demanding lately and now I just want to nap all the time. That being said, I did manage to fit in some #NYFW action this past week—it was my first time ever actually getting invited to anything, y’all! The two runway shows I had time to see (pics below) were The Art Institute of NYC (top) and Concept Korea (bottom).
I got the chance to meet Tommy from MyBelonging this week as well. We share a love for Zara leggings and Azn fashion, so after the Concept Korea show we took pics of each other’s outfits and practiced looking bored:
I know! I’m wearing a leather apron skirt! I am telling you nothing about it, though…you’ll have to wait for the full outfit post/details next week. Aside from actual runway shows, I got to take in a few presentations (pics below, again, duh). Two favorites were Frank & Oak (top two) and William Okpo (bottom two). Also of note: Frank & Oak just released a really sweet ‘zine (you saw it on Insta h with top-notch photography and an interview with Waris Ahluwahlia. Looking forward to seeing more from them…
…and I loved the William Okpo presentation, too—great prints, great hair. Then I took some other street style snaps of people (you can see another angle on this lady’s outfit on The Sartorialist).
I got up to some other life choices, all visible on IG, in case you’re looking for more! And now I’m going to go get a large coffee…Like this post? Check out my other fashion week-related posts here and here.