FW Diaries – Day 4 & 5


On both these days, I had afternoon and evening shows, so I got to actually sip my coffee while sitting around in pajamas and no makeup in the comfort of my own home. It was just what the doctor ordered after 3 days of 6am wake-up calls in zero degree temperatures.

On these days, I attended the Cristina Ruales show and Lupe Gajardo.

Cristina Ruales collection is what I would call casual chic. She sent down pieces that were updated, dressed up spins on the … Read the rest

FW Diaries – Day 3


Day 3 was a Sunday and bitter cold. I usually spend Sundays with my husband and friends so it was very strange to get up that morning to do something other than brunch, Mimosas and Bloody Marys.

Even though it was a Sunday, and the flocks of fashionistas could not rest, the street style that day reflected the relaxed and care-free mode of a weekend.


Stop 1 was Giulietta. The designer Sofia Sizzi described this collection as a mix of the “the Italian beauty, who … Read the rest

FW Diaries – Day 2

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On day 2, in 9 degree weather I lost all feeling in my toes. The plus side to leg numbness, is that I can run in 5 inch heels without an issue. Always looking at the bright side.

The fashionistas of NY really stepped up their game today. Looking around Lincoln Center it appeared the cold had people pushing the limits of fashion and self expression . Socks, leg warmers, tights and leggings took center stage. Furs in literally every shape, size and color materialized … Read the rest

FW Diaries – Day 1


I believe that as one nears 24 years on this earth it is the perfect time to pop one’s fashion week cherry. Even though I am now fully supporting Uber with endless cab rides, the experience is that of no other and one I cannot wait to share with all of you.

Consider this a front row seat to NYFW through my lens. While I am enjoying the innovative haute collections designers are sending down the runway, the personal style being showcased on the streets … Read the rest