Cookies Message

18.02.2010- New York Fashion Week Favourites.

Here's a compilation of my favourites from New York Fashion Week; be warned, this post is quite lengthy and image heavy!

Karen Walker

 Love the pink and grey combination, and the bold patterns combined with simple wardrobe staples.

Victoria Beckham

Feminine silhouettes, simple elegance and sophistication, given a kooky twist with the Yoko-esque sunglasses.

Behnaz Sarafpour

Understated New York chic with a seventies feel, the camel coat in the second photo is gorgeous.

Erin Fetherston 

A return to simplicity, clean lines and understated colour palette.

Lela Rose

Beautiful embellished dresses, and I love the navy and nude colours, a refreshing change from black and white, whilst retaining an element of spring with the continuation of the nude trend. 

Peter Jensen

This collection is too cute for words! I love the hats and ankle socks, very school uniform chic. The illustrated backdrop is also amazing. 


Again, adore the light colours, and the white tights a nice departure from black. I love the shape of the second dress. 

Marc Jacobs

Hands down my favourite collection of New York Fashion Week. I am in love with nearly everything Marc Jacobs has created for next season. The feminine tailoring and layering feels modern, yet simultaneously nod to the past; the dresses finishing below the knee remind me of 1930's silhouettes and the ankle socks add a youthful twist. Who would have ever thought that we'd be calling grey a statement colour?

Marc by Marc Jacobs

More navy and gold, buckles, belts and statement bags; it looks like the satchel is here to stay for next season. 


Bold and vibrant colours, killer prints, fur coats and beehives- this collection felt very 60's London; cool, colourful and carefree.


Again, a very springlike take on winter, with sumptuous floral prints, maxi dresses, ornate lace and intricate draping. With the winter weather being so terrible, who can blame the Rodarte girls for wanting to hold on to summer for as long as possible?

The Row

So much love. Simple fashion at its best.

Oscar de la Renta

Bold colours and classical film star glamour, the most opulent of New York. Also love the hairstyling and makeup, must invest in some grey nailvarnish! 


Red carpet ready dresses, feminine, floaty and fairytale.

3.1 Phillip Lim

More neutral hues, and cosy knits, practical yet pretty.

Phew, I told you it would be a long post! What were your favourites from New York?

Next stop, London!

(Image credit:


  1. i love the nude shades on the runway.

  2. Anything by Rodarte and Marchesca is always a winner in my book! So many pretty dresses, ahhh

  3. I absolutely adored everything Marc Jacobs did this season. And Thakoon was great as well.

  4. definitely loving victoria beckham!


Contact Form (Do not remove it)

back to top