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New York Fashion Week: S/S 11 (part two)

Street Syle, NYFW

Ania Arcaini: Assistant Buyer, Luisa Via Roma

 

 

Katerina, Christina, and Lindsay of “the in seam”

 

Gessica Brooke, designer in everything Gessica Brooke and Dolce Vita sandals … PS the jacket is reversible. so sick.

Katherine and Claire (H&M pants, General Eccentric top)

leaving Lacoste show

black patent Louboutins

 

famous Korean actress

Kate Bosworth look alike carrying Alexander Wang

Taylor Tomasi-Hill

I’ll take another Alexander Wang, please. This time with strappy platforms and a long floral skirt on the side.

Tim Gunn – “make it work”

loved this outfit – effortlessly casual chic

fratty meets fashion for men

back to school

booties by a Korean designer

layering sheer on slip

Andrew Mukamal, assistant to Kelly Cutrone of People’s Revolution

I wanted to trade clothes with this guy. Pretty sure those are Proenza Schouler pants and I gladly would’ve taken that Celine bag. He was workin it…

Tinsley Mortimer

Checking herself out in WWD

Tinsley opened the Richie Rich show on the first night of fashion week and you can’t tell in the picture but her blazer is actually sheer, loved it

In case you were wondering, Milla Jovovich is just as gorgeous in person as she is on TV/magazines… wow

 

Milla Jovovich of the movie Resident Evil

Eglantina Zing, model and TV host, wearing a Rag and Bone skirt, Haute Hippie top, and a collection of bracelets one being Hermes and another being her mother’s

 

Ania Taubenfligel

her outfit was amazing – looked like she was in Chanel pumps with a skirt and the top honestly looked like a bathing suit because the entire back was open, but it probably cost more than my entire closet..

this guy was a riot – he is wearing water shoes!

bright gold accents can make black and white look fresh

the cutest jumper I saw all day on Jeannie Mai (of How Do I Look?) by Black Halo, and I’m pretty sure her friend was carrying Valentino

wicked skirt from H&M

caged and feathered wearing Vivienne Tam

the gorgeous Gabriella Morrissey

loved this pair – her cape was from H&M

Kelly Choi, host of Top Chef Masters on Bravo, outside Vivienne Tam

 

Emily Ruhl : Philip Lim vest, JBrand jeans, Vera Wang boots, Intermix blouse, Balenciaga bag, and Vintage glasses

studded Louboutins + the craziest studded shoes I have ever seen

Jay Manuel and Miss J! outside the MB Celebrity Lounge about to head into MIK CIRE by Eric Kim

Other celeb citings with really awful photos…. my apologies but most of the time I was just standing there and by the time I processed who was standing in front of me I got a blurry excited picture. My bad…

Nicky Hilton (L) and her friend

Funny story about this one…. So I’m standing there as people are headed into Charlotte Ronson and I see these two girls walking towards me. I think to myself that girl looks like Nicky Hilton, but ask them for a photo of their outfits. She gives me the side of her head and they keep walking and I was like, yup definitely Nicky Hilton. Turns the corner and starts giving her most fierce looks to the paps and I just laughed to myself at how funny those 5 seconds were because I really didn’t know it was her. She looks way more normal in person.

Russell Simmons walking into Charlotte Ronson

Kristin Cavallari leaving MBFW after Zac Posen

 

I write today with a heavy heart. This post is dedicated to my beloved friend who passed away yesterday. She was a lover of all things fashionable and a great friend. She constantly smelled like cotton candy from this perfume and I think it will never cease to remind me of her. We love you and will miss you so much KLR <3

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