#BackstageTRESemmé #NYFW #Day4
Today’s post features my meeting with the sophistication of Carolina Herrera and the femininity of Peter Cropping. Carolina’s style is always classically glamorous, and Peter Cropping has the same sensibility for design as Oscar de la Renta himself. His works are synonymous with elegance and sophistication. Two fashion icons that set the standards of good taste and enhance the female figure above all else.
El desfile se celebraba a las 10am en el museo The Frick Collection situado al norte de Manhattan. El look que elegí fue del maravilloso diseñador colombiano Jorge Duque. El bolso de Salvatore Ferragamo y mi pulsera de la increíble Paula Mendoza.
Press play and enjoy this with me…
Among the attendees I could see top model Karlie Kloss, the best fashion editors and the most acclaimed international bloggers, all of them the focus of the paparazzi’s cameras.
Renowned Orlando Pita, with TRESemmé, was responsible for creating the show’s look. This time, they opted for a more classical and static styling, which still looked natural.
It was time to discover Oscar de la Renta’s proposal. For this occasion, I chose a total black look, also by Jorge Duque. In one word: Spectacular. It was my winner look for this edition of fashion week.
New York is a city of contrasts, carefree looks coexist perfectly with elaborate elegance, and that same spirit is also present at the runway. Oscar de la Renta and Rag & Bone are proof of that. Timeless and very classy looks, the more unkempt the better.
Beauty and style.
Backstage TRESemmé for Rag & Bone:
With love always,
My darling team: