NYFW (and one interloper)

Easily one of the more wearable collections (not that there isn't something to say for the "un-wearable"). I love the idea of sheer, striped fabric. Look at that dress with the sheer back. First of all, it's so cute! Second, can't you imagine wearing this by the water? I'm thinking on the docks in the Chesapeake somewhere... Two other favorites are the sweatshirt material dress (cozy, but not sloppy), and the cardigan in the first outfit.

This collection reminds me of Erin Fetherston without the cuteness factor. Maybe Erin Featherston plus United Bamboo = Wes Gordon? Oh, fashion math. Anyway, I really like the full skirts -- though they look terrible on me -- and the skirted coat. As well as the slim pants. Nice!

One word -- velvet. *prances around happily*

Nicholas K is definitely one of my early favorites. I really like this urban look. DSquared often does it as well. I don't know what it is... to me, it looks so put together, while remaining edgy. And those "flatforms" (ugh, don't like that word) are awesome.

Okay, this actually shouldn't be in my NYFW post, but I had to sneak it in because Givenchy = genius.


  1. I love all of these and you're right, they're such wearable looks! Love the collars and sweater combinations and so many cute skirts too!

  2. The yellow in the first collection is a lovely colour. Shame it totally wouldn't suit me!

  3. I really like the first three collection however the last one by Givenchy is as you said, GENIUS.
    I'd like to add BRILLIANT to it as well :)


  4. I'm so behind I haven't even seen Givenchy yet! I need to get on this STAT!

  5. I loooooooooooove the Lyn Devon dress on the far right. Amaze!! Thanks for stopping by my blog, doll x


  6. You've always got the best layout of some awesome designs! Love all of these! :)


  7. Awww, thank you! I have limited Photoshop skills, but I try. :)


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