It's finally done! After 57 shows and hundreds of pictures later, the round-up is here. I really wish I can use most of my pictures but alas I am no photographer, yet. This would have been done sooner for not for my mini vacation right after my trip from NYFW. It's Monday and I go back to work today as well. Sorry about the lack of post on Saturday for by the time I got back from Las Vegas I pretty much crashed and slept for 9 hours straight. I know, I couldn't believe it either.
I liked the vintage militaristic nature of the collection but it doesn't feel vintage at all but rather futuristic. From the designer who worked under Donatella, this collection is anything but Versace and it's a good thing.
Always a favorite of mine season after season. The gray coat with the yellow bag look I adore. Azzuolo's drop crotch cut offs were interesting but not a big fan though. I mean I'm almost 6' but unless you're modelesque I doubt it will look good with a 5'6" stature.
Great pieces, the leather arm band I love. The designer's aesthetic came from the 80's Manchester, England. The two tone blazers, again, can be seen here, and it wont be the last either. It was a pleasant show.
I love that the whole southern dapper is toned down a bit this collection. Nothing wrong with it but every season the collection's presentation get better. Easy pieces where the city meets the country.
Another collection that draws its inspiration from heritage. Great pieces with a slight tweaking of classics.
Alright see you tomorrow for the second half.
In this Round-up: NewYork Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2012
Alexandre Plokhov. Antonio Azzuolo. Bespoken. Billy Reid. Blanc de Chine. Buckler. Carlos Campos. Concept Korea. Copperwheat. Custo Barcelona. Diesel Black & Gold. DKNY. Dominic Louis. Duckie Brown. Gant by Michael Bastian. Gant Rugger. Gap. General Idea. Hyden Yoo. J.Crew. Jeremy Scott. Katya Leonovich. Lacoste. Leo Valdez. Libertine. Loden Dager. Malan Breton.