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NYFW Street Style

NYFW Street Style
NYFW Street Style

Well, hello fashion week, lovely to see you again!  It’s hard to believe just two days after returning from Burning Man, I’m throwing myself into Fashion Week.

I’ve spent the last week covered in dust and surrounded by beauty, outlandish expressions of identity and creativity.  The parallels of Fashion Week and Burning Man are many.  I find myself going back to Burning Man year after year to find inspiration and beauty.  The desert trek fills my heart with amazing art that people have spent their entire year building for no other reason than to share it with others, only to watch – no, celebrate – as they burn it and begin again.

Fashion Week is also about our seasonal sharing of beauty, self-expression and creativity.  I see clothing as the art we wear everyday and share with the world.  What you choose to wear says a lot about who you are and what you want to say.

With the warm weather and need to be reasonably comfortable all day, the start of this year’s New York Fashion Week called for a jumpsuit.  I’ll be honest, this jumpsuit feels like wearing PJs, which is one of the things I love most about it.  Hopefully it doesn’t look like PJs.  Top it off with a little rockstud heel and a great hat, and you’re all set and ready to conquer the week.

I’m excited to spend the next few posts sharing some of my favorite NYFW shows and moments with you.  Check back this coming Friday for my first show recap of the season.

IMG_0457 IMG_0459 IMG_0462 IMG_0463 IMG_0466 IMG_0475 IMG_0478IMG_0485Jumpsuit: Clu (similar here) (rent here) // Shoes: Valentino (rent here) // Hat: J.Crew x Patricia Underwood (similar here) (rent here) // Sunglasses: Celine (rent here) // Bag: Aeropostale (similar here) // Necklace: E.Kammeyer Accessories (rent here) // Tassel Bracelet: E.Kammeyer Accessories, Squiggle Cuff: Bergdorfs (rent here)  // Nails: Valley Nails Chelsea

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Photos by Liz Teich