NYFW Look of the Day: NYFW is officially over, and while there was a lot I loved from the big names that always show on the last day, (Marc Jacobs’ no makeup beauty look was on point) I really loved Calvin Klein’s edgy but minimalist sportswear. I could definitely see myself wearing this patch worked dress all the time come spring.
NYFW Look of the Day: I think the best word to describe Rodarte’s collections season after season is dreamy. This spring was no different, with dreamy sparkly dresses that still seemed edgy and cool and ruffles valor but done in a dark way. It was hard to pick a favorite, but I picked this one mostly because the accessories completely make it: killer boots, those awesome belts, the necklaces and eyebrow piercings?! To die for.
NYFW Look of the Day: I loved Theory’s spring collection, the first by designer Lisa Kulson after leaving Theory back in 2002. I would wear almost every single one of the looks, but I especially loved this matching pant and tank look. It’s a put together look that still feels effortless — exactly how I want to look every day.
NYFW Look of the Day: Opening Ceremony was the talking of the town last night after their show — which was actually a play directed Spike Jonze, written by him and Jonah Hill, and featuring the likes of Elle Fanning, Bobby Cannavale, Rashida Jones, and John Cameron Mitchell, to name a few. And while this interesting concept definitely deserves attention, the collection itself was completely on point too. I really loved this graphic dress seen here on Dree Hemingway - who also appeared in the show.
NYFW Look of the Day: Last night Suno sent a lot of stripes and prints down the runway that I really loved. Designers Erin Beatty and Max Osterweiss said the collection was about “never feeing too done, but never looking undone either” — a message that translated clearly into their easy but put-together looks. My favorite was this plaid skirt (skort?!) look with a simple but classic top and killer accessories.