New York Fashion Week Outfit

Today is the last day of New York Fashion Week, one of the most important weeks in the fashion industry, where designers show their collection to buyers and customers.

For 7 days and almost 100 designers; transform New York City in the Fashion capital, starting with the first show at 9 am, having the last show at 9 pm.

So today I wanted to bring you a comfortable outfit, ideal to expend the whole day running from show to show.

The main New York Fashion Week was made in 1943 by Eleanor Lambert, press chief of the American form industry’s first limited time association, the New York Dress Institute.

The occasion, the world’s initially sorted out style week, was called “Press Week”, and was made to pull in consideration far from French style amid World War II when style industry insiders were not able to go to Paris to see French design shows. It was likewise intended to showcase American architects for style writers, who had disregarded U.S. design developments.

Press Week was a win, and from magazines like Vogue, which were regularly loaded with French plans, progressively highlighted American fashion.

By the mid-1950s, the occasion was known as “Press Week of New York”. Spring 1951 (held February 1951) was the sixteenth Annual Press Week of New York.

7 For all Minkind  There is nothing better as neutral black jean in the closet, I personally can’t get enough of black jeans

Tibi White shirts are also a must, but when I saw the blouse I knew I wanted to have it, it looks really feminine

Rupert Sanderson This outfit is relative simple, that why I wanted to add a cool effect with this great red shoes

Sain Laurent Paris  The bag is just beautiful and is on my wish list for while…

Nyx Blush This is a beautiful blush, with a little bronze effect

Opi Polish To have perfect nails is a must in the fashion industries and with OPI products you can never go wrong

Benefit Eyebrows Perfect brows, do I have to say more?

Urban Decay Dark lips, for statement

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