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New York Fashion Week Spring 2015: Reem Acra

NYFW S/S 2015: Reem AcraSome are made to be worn while some are made to be looked at so that we may gawk and drool over the beauty of it all. And it looks like Reem Acra’s new collection does just that, and it’s quite a successful one at it too, because honestly, I, even as a woman, am having a hard time controlling my pupils from dilating and saying something inappropriate. In essence, these girls are hot.NYFW S/S 2015: Reem AcraUntil now, I imagined a Reem Acra girl to be the epitome of luxurious glamour with elegance- lots and lots of it- but I’m saying good bye to her today because, you know what, that nice girl’s gone bad.

NYFW S/S 2015: Reem AcraThis new Acra girl still enjoys shimmer and lace but has grown to love showing skin as well, sometimes to a point where we are unable to tell whether the gown belongs in a bikini category or else. NYFW S/S 2015: Reem AcraDon’t get me wrong though, there’s nothing wrong with showing some skin. In fact, these are some of the most stunning gowns I’ve ever come across; it’s just that they are not for everyone- I mean, including those most fit and toned.

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NYFW S/S 2015: Reem AcraWill there ever be a day when we’ll be able to rock these and still feel safe, because that is one gorgeous gown regardless of the boobs.

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See Reem Acra F/W ’14 here.

New York Fashion Week Spring 2015: Monique Lhuillier

NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIERSecond time is a charm, people say- but such seems to be not the case with some of these shows, more specifically Monique Lhuillier. I’m honestly not sure why or how this show always ends up being overcrowded. I understand the seats being full- but not when the show is being held at the largest venue of all (Theatre) and there’s maybe a hundred people standing on both sections facing each other. Kudos to the PR company..?
NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIERIn any case, although I was there (albeit being stashed away towards way back) looking at these photos makes me feel like it’s the first time seeing the collection. And we all know how imperative it is for a writer to be able to see and experience the show in person (and I mean really “see it”) to be able to accurately analyze the pieces. However, there are also situations where I’m unable to attend shows due to certain limitations yet if there is something about it that motivates me to write about it regardless, then I certainly go for it which is unfortunately not the case here. #sorrynotsorry

and Oh yeah, that girl who had the audacity to ask me how to spell “Lhuillier” and then to go to someone to do the same only to come back to me to confirm- yeah, you, the Asian blogger girl with no fashion sense who stole someone’s seat as soon as the lights went off so she can take selfies: You are the reason why Press is treated this way. If you are going to be attending a show, at least learn to spell. #amazedNYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER NYFW S/S 2015: MONIQUE LHUILLIER

See the F/W ’14 Collection here.

New York Fashion Week Spring 2015: August Getty

NYFW S/S 2015: AUGUST GETTYIt’s one thing to have an exceptional talent and skills; unless there are resources and support that allow you to be productive with them, they end up being ideas and may never even see the light of day, which is sadly a story we all are too familiar with.

NYFW S/S 2015: AUGUST GETTYAugust Getty (born August Williams) is one of those privileged, who gets to experiment with what he was gifted with (a.k.a. Fashion Design) at a relatively young age (he’s 20). Not only that, he gets to do it the fancy way- did someone say, New York Fashion Week?  NYFW S/S 2015: AUGUST GETTYThanks to his lineage which is not only helping him gain momentum as a fashion designer but most likely offers freedom in both realms of finance and creative, this self-taught designer showcased his bias toward mini dresses in structural silhouettes along with occasional encounters with spring favorites: pastel, shimmer, and lace.NYFW S/S 2015: AUGUST GETTYAs with everything, it only seems fair to give the collection time to mature, especially with Getty being so young at the moment. While it didn’t quite leave an impression as unforgettable as one wished it would have, it has certainly left us looking forward to what’s to come in the future. One thing is for sure- it’s always great seeing young talents doing what they love and ambitiously going after their dreams. And with that, this fresh new endeavor perhaps most accurately represents what today’s youth stands for, one that which is fearless and adventurous fueled by passion and hope.

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New York Fashion Week Spring 2015: Jenny Packham

NYFW S/S 2015: Jenny Packham

Besides her dramatic personal life full of messy scandals and rumors, Marilyn Monroe stands strong to this day as America’s most celebrated pop and cultural icon as well as the most prominent sex symbol. While her white halter-neck dress is what brought her international fame, Packham decided to omit the particular piece but create a collection that is slightly subdued in the “sexy” department with more of elegance and modernism despite being blatantly inspired by the muse. Should anyone wonder what Marilyn would be wearing if she lived in the year 2015, or “should” be wearing rather, it is probably safe to direct the attention to Packham’s S/S ’15 collection adorned with beads, glitter, elaborate prints reminiscent of her most thriving days as a model, actress, and singer.

NYFW S/S 2015: Jenny Packham

As one of UK’s most successful fashion brands, Jenny Packham has garnered attention from world over as a go-to brand for contemporary bridal and evening wear, with clients ranging from Angelina Jolie, Catherine Zeta Jones, and Kate Hudson to the Duchess of Cambridge.

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New York Fashion Week Spring 2015: Pamella Roland

NYFW S/S 2015: Pamella RolandLaunched in 2002, Pamella Roland collection has grown to become a celebrity and buyer favorite, thanks to her focus on dressing a woman of strength and confidence with exceptional style who demands no less than perfection when it comes to accentuating femininity and sensuality through her wardrobe. Her belief that true elegance comes from inner beauty is clearly a strength of the brand, and her new collection is a testament to this fundamental yet often forgotten truth.

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New York Fashion Week Spring 2015: Lie Sang Bong

NYFW S/S 2015: LIE SANG BONGWhat got everyone talking as soon as guests started arriving at the venue was the 1,188 glass tiles that looked definitely too fragile for models to be walking on.

NYFW S/S 2015: LIE SANG BONGThankfully, no cracks nor injuries were evident, but could be heard was incessant waves of applause and praise.

NYFW S/S 2015: LIE SANG BONGThe artistic take on runway installation was Lie’s creative way of presenting the theme of the collection entitled “Dream Road,” and the delicately painted and strategically placed tiles, along with a butterfly backdrop took us on a journey of dreams that is full of hopes and celebration of life. NYFW S/S 2015: LIE SANG BONG NYFW S/S 2015: LIE SANG BONGIt is not often that a literal interpretation is more intriguing than the opposite; however the stand outs of Lie’s newest offerings were the pieces that actively and expressively embodied the theme with butterflies, clouds and the rest of our dreams reincarnated as a pleated skirt, printed trench coat, pants and silk organza dresses in architectural silhouettes, executed with precise tailoring and expert construction techniques that Lie is known for.

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and while you are at it, check out Lie Sang Bong’s first ever US boutique located at 30 Gansevoort St. in the amazing Meatpacking District of New York City. You can thank me later.

See Lie Sang Bong F/W ’14 & S/S ’14

New York Fashion Week Spring 2015: Versus Versace

NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUSWhat is more challenging: to create a collection based solely on your own philosophy and senses, or having to create something new and fresh yet that which embraces a history and legacy that is known for everything extravagant, glamorous, and luxurious? Yes, you guessed right- the latter, and this, is just what Anthony Vaccarello had to come up with, the designer well known for his unique take on the new-kind-of-sexy that is both feminine and empowering. NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUSI personally was skeptical if it would even be possible to beat what J.W. Anderson had done for the brand the past season; but was I wrong- the moment I walked into the venue, my physical reaction was proof that I was in for an adventure of a lifetime, possibly the best 15 minutes of my life- only had I known that it would only get better as night went on- Did somebody say Rihanna? Naomi Campbell? NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUSWhile many are experimenting with colors, prints, and embellishments, Vaccarello decided to stick to monochrome, mostly black with occasional splashes of gold and white- we are not talking about complete muteness however, this is a different kind of black we are talking about, with the Versace’s signature logo Medusa acting as the not-so-subtle connection between the designer and the house- this collection is nothing but monotonous, every piece screams ‘power’ but with a touch of elegance and femininity.NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUSIf Versus needed an upgraded, modern version of the brand, this is exactly what they needed, and on that note, I’d like every single piece in my closet right about now.NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUS NYFW S/S 2015: VACCARELLOxVERSUSShop the collection here

New York Fashion Week Fall 2014: MILLY by Michelle Smith

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With fans such as Beyoncé, Kate Middleton, and Gwyneth Paltrow, it’s only a wonder that I had never heard of Milly until New York Fashion Week. That is not to say that it’s not an impressive collection, because these are probably one of the most practical pieces that are still creative and covetable. Inspired by classical dance, the collection consists of movement and drama found in the discipline with a touch of blush, luster, and fur.

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New York Fashion Week Fall 2014: Yuna Yang

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There are those who create to make this world a better place by contributing in a tangible way; then there are those who do so in an intangible form, such as artists who offer thought-provoking creations that inspire and educate.

As many of us are aware, fashion is where both meet, as it produces works that are not only aesthetically inspiring yet wearable, while contributing to the world economy by creating jobs for millions. Funny though, I only realized the latter while watching the movie “The Devil Wears Prada,” when Miranda Priestly gets mad at Andrea for being unable to differentiate between two belts that practically look the same- now, I’m not a movie fan, I can rarely keep my eyes open for the entire duration of a typical movie unless it’s a certain genre, say romantic comedy or based on a true story… but this one I only remember because I watched it twice… and of course, I could barely remember anything from the first time I watched it. Anyhow, so in contrast to what many believe, fashion actually isn’t just for the special clique who buy expensive things and wear extravagant fur while constantly chatting about what’s hot and not, but it exists for every one of us, whether we are into it or not. We are all affected by it in a way or another, sometimes subconsciously or even completely unknowingly. I mean, we can all easily locate an acquaintance who works in the industry, right? If anything, who doesn’t get dressed every morning, or every night to go to bed? Surprise, yes- fashion exists EVERYWHERE.

On that note, as someone who’s attended numerous fashion shows, while all are somewhat amusing and few inspiring, there are those that leave an imprint in your head. It’s the collection that keeps coming back no matter how many shows you see afterward, no matter how many images you come across on the internet. Somehow, you just know when you come across the pieces where you saw it, when you saw it, and who the designer is. Yuna Yang is one of them: despite the show’s being held at an offsite venue that was a few blocks away from Lincoln Center, her F/W ’14 collection is one to not only remember, but to pay special attention to, because it’s nothing like what I had seen, or have seen… Okay, it’s not the Comme des Garcons-kind-of-”different” we are talking about here; C’mon- is it even possible to get to that level for anyone besides Rei Kawakubo herself? But yeah, Yuna Yang’s stuff is different in a refreshing way, they are artistic, well-thought-out, inspirational, yet totally wearable for even the not-so-fashion-forward. Is that even possible, you ask. According to Yang, it is.

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Using Miao culture in southwest China as an inspiration, Yang transforms their folk customs and traditions into wearable art by incorporating key characteristics of the culture in which every creature both animate and inanimate are alive and spiritual while maintaining her specialty: To craft couture-quality gowns that embrace modernism, using delicate lace and beads.

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If you are like me, the “Miao Culture” theme, or more specifically “Butterfly Mother” is not the easiest idea to grasp, as attempting to instantly understand a culture that’s been around for hundreds of years is honestly impossible, and secondly, to understand it well enough to interpret and explain it in your own way which in this case is wearable form takes time. I guess what helped me most in my attempt is the part in which everything in life is noted as “alive” including mountains, rivers, trees, and the rest of traditionally lifeless objects.

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What surprised many of Yuna Yang’s fans is her decision to incorporate casual elements into the collection, which is quite a departure from her previous collections, especially Spring/Summer which was predominantly high-end evening dresses featuring French lace possibly reserved for special occasions. While the reaction is understandable and somewhat expected, what is a designer when she’s unable to explore and have fun? Personally, I believe as long as the designer’s signature element remains in the collection and is recognizable, she should have the freedom to reach out and discover new realms… After all, it is a designer’s job to present new ideas, which is only possible by traveling the unknown.

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All in all, this was an exotic collection that was unforgettable; it was nothing like anything I’ve seen, including the subsequent ones that happened (Yuna Yang was held on the first day of NYFW). While some of the pieces are not for the fainthearted, there are ones that qualify as daily wear such as the Neoprene hoodies and sweatshirts with lace details and embellishments. If anything, this collection proved that Yuna is where she is because she isn’t afraid to take risks and try different things- but then again, with such impressive background and skill set, she’s allowed to be adventurous. Major respect to those who stay true to themselves and do their thing no matter what- yes, the ones who make the “real” difference in the world.

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New York Fashion Week Fall 2014: Dennis Basso

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Ever wonder what the wealthiest look like on an ordinary day? Well, I think it’s quite safe to say that this is basically what happens when you have all the riches of the world- introducing Dennis Basso F/W ’14.

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While the rest of us hustle and jostle trying to figure out what will be hot and appealing in the coming season, Basso isn’t one to be swayed a bit, as he is known to masterfully remain faithful to his aesthetic values while staying away from anything outdated. Inspired by contemporary art, his latest collection is everything a girl with an exquisite taste has ever wanted, complete with fur and leather appearing in a facade only thought possible in imagination.

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