I tell you already: I still despise any form of ugly sneaker.
I am glad that athleisure has gone into extinction. I will not incorporate flip flops into the wardrobe, despite the Olsen twins endorsement and Copenhagen Fashion Week shenanigans.
Alexis Carrington power-dressing is the password for next spring.
Ralph Lauren celebrated its 50th year in business, hard to imagine America’s fashion before Ralph. It was the event of the year, so good that even New Yorkers were impressed, showcased a first class and American (fashion) royalty of the likes of Hillary, Donna, Michael, Calvin, Carolina, Oprah, Pierce, Bruce.
Collections I loved.
The Row and Marc Jacobs, could they be more distant in esthetics? Yes, but they have one element in common: sartorial, one in an exuberant kind of way and one in the most understated way possible. And I’d wear both, not the flip flops though. #sorrynotsorry
Savage x Fenty was the bomb, it celebrated women, their wholeness and diversity in the most inclusive way. To the point that model Slick Woods went down the runway in labor, look at this girl??? Victoria Secrets is a case of Bye Felicia.
Sustainable collection not to keep under watch Mara Hoffman and the exquisite Gabriella Hearst.
Prairie dresses, Americana and cowboy boots still going strong. We shall see how long will it take for the Jaws T-shirt of the Calvin Klein’s collection to be duped. This look was fierce and it was quite the message in these moments of fear.