Amazing hair and 70s inspired looks from Skaist Taylor.
We knew FNO was going to get crazy this year. But what we did not expect was the herd of scantily clad fashionistas clawing their way into stores in hopes of seeing their favorite Hollywood stars. We avoided that mess, traveling Uptown to hang with the well-heeled at Valentino, and then downtown to get raw with Azealia Banks at MAC in SoHo. Here’s our photo diary:
Olivia Palermo, Johannes Huebl and Swagger Editor, Sian-Pierre, at Valentino
Shoes At Valentino
DJs At Valentino
Cute Moment Between Olivia and Johannes at Valentino
Azealia Banks Performs at Mac Cosmetics in SoHo
Jordan’s Street Style in SoHo
Elijah’s Street Style in SoHo
Queen Bee Anna Wintour At Ford FNO Event
Friends at Moncler
DJ At Moncler
My first official fashion show here in New York was a designer I have always admired—Lauren Moffatt. I immediately felt a rush of excitement for Spring when I spotted watery blue colors, happy stripes, crocheted tops and swim caps on perfectly coy models. Here are some highlights and favorite looks from the presentation yesterday. And if you’re in the New York area today I’ll be co-hosting a Fashions Night Out party atPoppy from 6-10 pm with Lauren Moffatt so please stop by, say hello and shop!
I loved this striped dress, go figure—sucker for stripes.
A clever Lauren Moffatt academic patch.
I loved the crocheted pieces paired with wood jewelry and this tangerine colored dress.
This print had me at hello.
This summer’s GvsB II was arguably the best thing this blog has ever been a part of here in our hometown of Dallas, and now we have an epic visual summary of the night, shot by our brilliant friends at Yours Truly, and made possible through our collaboration with the UGG AustraliaCreative Council. Thanks again to Chromatics, Glass Candy, Twin Sister, Taken By Trees, Laurel Halo, A.Dd+, Sober, the Granada Theater, and the Belmont for making it such an unforgettable event (for those that have asked, we still have about 20 GvsB II shirts available right here). Stay tuned for more GvsB II content from the YT boys + #CreativeCouncil, and we’ll see you guys next year.