The First Lady of New York Fashion Week

New York Fashion Week – Diane Von Frustenberg

It’s September, which means it’s Fashion Week season, and as always first up is New York, then London, Milan, and finally ending with the Pièce de résistance – Paris.

New York Fashion Week kicked off last Wednesday marking the beginning of the Spring/Summer 2013 collections from all renowned  designers who will showcase their collections at Fashion Week across all the fashionable cities around the world.

First up is the ‘First Lady of American Fashion’, Ms. Diane Von Frustenberg, who, having been on the fashion runway scene for decades, secured her term in fashionable office by creating the enviable wrap dresses of  years gone by. Fast forward to her Spring/Summer 2013 collection and Ms. Von Frustenberg is still creating enviable, slender Silhouettes in vibrant colors, with immaculate cuts to compliment all shapes and sizes.

The runway models strode down the catwalk in bright shades of patriotic  red, crisp whites and blues, with accents of  fuchsia, neon green, silver and gold thrown in to add opulence to the sheer print fabrics on display. Also worth noting, was the sunglasses some of the models were sporting, which were the result of  a collaboration between Ms. Von Furstenberg and  Google co-founder Sergey Brin, on a new technology called Glass by Google.  As always, the front row of the Diane Von Frustenberg show was full of famous faces, such as  New York’s own sexiest fashion girl in the city, Sarah Jessica Parker, as well as Oscar de la Renta, and Valentino.


In a series of forthcoming profile posts, I will endeavour to keep you abreast of the fashionable best. So you can rest assured you will fully be in the fashion know about the forthcoming trends to get your fashionable taste-buds salivating until Spring/Summer 2013 shines upon us.


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