F/W 2014 NYFW — Richard Chai

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Now that I’m a full-timer at Andrew Marc, I was able to go to our 2nd-ever runway show this past week because we still have an ongoing collaboration with Richard Chai. Though our outerwear garments were only a fraction of the show, they stole the show yet again. In case you’re a little curious as to what our Spring styles look like under Richard’s creative direction they’re up on our site now…droolworthy, no?

Anywho, the show as a whole was interesting. I preferred the Spring show—it was more focused, concise, and all of the pieces worked well together as a whole collection. Richard’s Fall show seemed a bit more scatter-brained. Always working off of his preference for grunge, he had an interesting combination of florals, plaids, and stripes, all styled in his typical fashion: L  A  Y  E  R  E  D. I had more fun this time because I was able to score a seat, though it was SO much more difficult for photos…because everyone around me was doing the same thing, but the bright side: my feet were saved.
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My favorite part of fashion week is watching the people outside Lincoln Center walking into the shows. There are always the peacocks who dress as obnoxiously as they can, those who dress chicly and try to avoid the photographers, and the bloggers who are dressed in head-to-toe borrowed items to favor the brands who sponsor them. This time I rocked a vintage Giorgio Armani blazer with Earnest Sewn black skinny jeans, my Pelle Moda rocker booties again, a croc-embossed black Furla bag, all topped with an Andrew Marc Fall 2013 style.
F.W 2014 NYFW outisde Lincoln Center

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