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nyfw: shows, day three

Posted By katy On February 20, 2013 @ 5:19 am In new york fashion week,style | 6 Comments

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On Friday of NYFW, all anyone could talk about were predictions that all the shows might be cancelled because of Nemo! Everyone seemed to think that this fashion week was a lost cause, but I kept hoping that everything would keep going no matter what (let’s be serious, as great as my hotel was, it doesn’t really compare to a day of fashion shows).

But despite the crazy snowy downpour, everything on Saturday went forward after all! It takes more than a snowstorm to stop the New York fashion crowd, and Saturday proved to be such an amazing day of shows! From the incredible detailing and fierce-chic models at Herve Leger, to the always-stunning prints at Mara Hoffman, to the incredible couture pieces at Rafael Cennamo and Alexandre Herchcovitch, it was one of the most special day of shows I’ve ever seen.

And on an also-exciting side note, I was so excited to find out yesterday that Chad and I are now an aunt and uncle! His brother is a proud dad to a newborn baby boy — so I had to give a big congratulations! So excited to buy them all the cute baby clothes I can get my hands on!

{above: stunning detail in the dress and leggings at Herve Leger}

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{gorgeous tulle gown at Son Jung Wan}

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{prints and hair jewelry at mara hoffman}

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{maybe the most beautiful coat i’ve seen for fall at Son Jung Wan}

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{blindfolded models made an extra dramatic statement at Alexandre Herchcovitch}

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{the perfect furry hood at Herve Leger for a snowy winter, or just a ski trip!}

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{insanely creative detailing on Rafael Cennamo couture gowns}

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{and the full head-to-toe of the Rafael Cennamo dress}

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{intensely beautiful proportions at Alexandre Herchcovitch}


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