Hosted by American Express and moderated by Jennine Jacob (founder of Independent Fashion Bloggers), IFB members had the rare opportunity to sit in with Fern Mallis, Senior VP of IMG Fashion & creator of New York Fashion Week, for a “Tweetup in the Tents” event.
Since New York Fashion Week’s Fall Winter 2010 Show was the final one held at the Bryant Park Tents, it was befitting that Fern shared with us one of her favorite fashion moments held under the BP Tents….
From the sharp tweed jacket paired with a ruffled ascot blouse, a strapless maroon dress with its structured top and playful pleated skirt, to the various studded & leather details, Smilovoc’s designs were a play on opposites.
Final Runway Walk
Loved the ethereal curly hair!!
Sequined pieces, asymmetrical cuts, zipper-like patterns and lace insets were some of the delicate details that made this collection an uber pretty one.
Final Runway Walk
Using different textures & fabrics in bold colors & cuts, each design embraced lux details. From fabulous dresses with snake skin panels, trench coats with patent leather corset belts, bold red & royal blue leather trenches, many of the designs were accessorized with gorgeous OTK boots in a variety of versions including glorious suede, snake skin & leather.
My favorite accessory in his collection were the arm length cuffs, in both the gold & red – stunning!
p.p.s. – Jennine did a FABULUSH job with the IFB Conference – it was so great to meet everyone!!!
And when you add character representation using SHOES?!
Well then, that’s just pure Marketing Genius.
Because THIS totally does happen!
Btw…what shoes do YOU dahlings wear on a first date?
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In one moment, she refuses to apologize to the doorman @ Marqee in Chelsea, bc he won’t let her come into the club with her bridal head gear (veil). She blasts him with a bitch-ass response, which in turn makes him refuse to let her & her bridal party into the club…
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