As NYFW gets closer to its end, more shows have come and gone. The 70's feel is still everywhere with DVF's iconic wrap dresses mixed with a Spanish influence. Colors were also vibrant in her collection along with Jill Stuart and her wild animal faces. She mixed bright hues with large color blocks and actual animal prints. Socks were worn with every shoe and a "new" and improved fanny pack showed up in a lovely brown leather. Tory Burch channeled the English countryside with tweeds, lace, wide legs and longer lengths. I was slightly disappointed with her all American girls, but her cross body leather and chain bags made it a bit better. Prabal Gurung started strong with high school model extraordinaire, Karlie Kloss, rocking the runway with a voluminous red dress and DIY ribbon tights. Mixed pinks and reds flowed throughout the show after strong black on white separates and dresses. Malandrino's walk through had the most major furs, midnight navy velvet gown and ManRepeller glasses. The girls looked so angry yet soft at the same time with their waves and stern facial expressions. The kinda' pregnant Victoria Beckham crossed the pond to show her latest collection and put a more than lovely production together. She produced intricate hooded dresses and knit cowl necks while putting almost every piece with fall to-the-knee boots or suede booties. Her sold out bags came down the runway, too.
Marc Jacobs literally just ended streaming live with celebrities dotting his front row. Leighton, Fergie, Molly Sims and Bryan Boy took in the metallics, black knits and polka dots galore. Jessica Stam managed to work a headband/miniberet, a mermaid scale top and patent glossy gloves. The perfect amount of love needed to end this Valentines Day
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