NYFW Day 2

So far New York has been amazing the day prior I did a bit of sightseeing and got to try the infamous New York Pizza (which was delicious btw). Day 2 was much more running around. The first show I attended was the Galtiscopio, and jewelry desgin which is known in the music industry Fashion week debut which was started by a musical Performance by Ray J, the line showed a clean cut on both chic and femme which,  Galtiscopio pulled inspiration from that very realm along with the brands its  overall theme of the show.


Photo by Slaven Vlasic Courstey of New York Fashion week online.


The next next show I attended was the Vaishali SS18 who also made a Fashion week debut. Coming from India, Vaishali introduced unique layering techniques traditional of India with her shawls wrapped atop dresses, but modernized it by placing them atop sheer A-line mini dresses and skirts. Flowing mind green overlays also topped more traditional Western garments to give them a creative twist with cultural flair.


Photos by Thos Robinson courtesy of New York Fashion week


The Cindy Monterio show was not disappointing. the audience was amazed  as models walked barefoot intricate structuring of otherwise raw materials.  Tranquiled, yet tropical beats engulfed the venue as linen and raffia fibers interlaced through body-hugging cutouts complimented the traditional white fabrics beautifully.


The day did not end there I was at a party that was held by style collective which is a membership program that help bloggers  succeed where I had the opportunity to connect with other bloggers and meet the founder, Annie. The music was bumpin and the food was amazing. Thank you so much Style Collective for letting me be apart of this I look forward for many more.






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