Fashion Week Review

Today's post includes some of my favorite looks and shows from New York Fashion Week Fall 2015!

DVF

I love Diane not only for her iconic presence in the fashion industry but she truly is such a great person. I was an avid watcher of her show on E! and I'm so excited for the new season (definitely watch if you're into the fashion industry and behind the scenes of the fashion world). I love how she used famous models in her show such as Kendall Jenner and the Hadid sisters. Her looks were very elegant and fun such as the one I showed above. How great would this dress be for a wedding or even a prom? Of course she included some of her iconic wrap dresses too in really fun prints. 





BANANA REPUBLIC 

It was honestly painful trying to pick just one look to have as the picture for Banana Republic. How great are these looks? I love how they mix classic, timeless fashion with the modern twist. That's how I like to explain my own style, and I feel like people never understand what I mean since it's quite an oxymoron. I guess just look at Banana Republic's line to see what I mean! Like the look above, it combines a classic silhouette and the pinstripe blazer with a modern print of the flowers. I love the fluidity of this look -- there's a lot going on but it works so effortlessly well together. 






JASON WU


What I noticed a lot for this show was the great makeup. Very simple eyes, bold brows, and bright lips. For the look above, I really love the different textures. How great would the top be for a night out? The color hues in this show were what made it onto my favorites list. Emerald green, burgundy, black, and some metallic gray. One look had snake skin, others had beautiful high neck lines. Basically, I want every look in my closet right this second.




ZAC / ZAC POSEN


I'm a huuuuge fan of this look as well as the rest of the line just because of how classic and timeless they all are (my favorite type of fashion). Lots of minimal looks, but I loved it. This outfit above is fantastic just because of the monochromatic and elegant feel but the pop of color for the shoe. He did this for a lot of looks but I feel like most people should take that as a tip for adding color into their outfit -- shoes is such an easy way to do so.




RACHEL ZOE

As mentioned before, I really like the different textures in this look, as well as throughout the line. I would wear the sandals everyday. This show had lots of fringe detail that I'm usually not a fan of, but it was great here. Bravo Rachel Zoe.





KATE SPADE NEW YORK


This skirt is EVERYTHING. I love it in the red version too. I'm really digging the edginess in this show from Kate Spade; lots of black and leather. I would wear the outfit above every day, any occasion. I'm usually a fan of her shoes, but the only thing about this show I'm not thrilled about are the 'Valentino'-esque heels. Loving the daisy jumpsuit and the dog handbag though, those are really fun.