Now that many designers have gotten on board with this “see now buy now” fashion week model (meaning you can shop the pieces straight from the runway…and not necessarily wait six months to receive them), let’s take a look at who’s really gotten down with this for Fall 2016.
The best part about those “in-between” seasons (meaning Resort and Pre-Fall) is that the looks tend to me a little more approachable / relatable, rather than their Spring / Fall counterparts. Because we still have quite some time before we can actually buy these pieces next year, why not take some styling notes and try the looks right now? What I like to call the PRE Pre-Fall…
Regina George’s feelings about the word “fetch” are similar to how I feel about wearable technology — stop trying to make it happen (sorry, Gretchen). How connected do we really need to be at all times? Is it necessary to have a piece of jewelry to tell us when someone liked our Instagram or glasses that take a picture for you instead of you reaching ALL the way into your bag, taking out your phone and just doing it yourself? Apparently, we do.
Although I decided to skip out this year, it doesn’t mean that we can’t still discuss everyone’s 4 favorite words, New York Fashion Week. With the Spring 2014 collections in full swing, it will make you forget that you haven’t even gotten to wear your Fall clothes yet. Because we’re only about half way through NYFW, I thought it was time to discuss some noteworthy looks from SS14…so far (and the lessons you can learn from them).