Ahhh ... Fashion Week. I love NYC this time of year. The buzz in the air is electrifying and StyleSaveur has definitely caught the fever. So many shows to keep track of in so little time! Unfortunately, we're a very new blog and were not invited to attend shows in the tents this season. However, with more and more designers using the web and adapting to social media, we've been able to immerse ourselves in all the Fall/Winter 2010 collections and report to you what's happening on the runway. We'll also be linking you to The Cut blog from NY Magazine for slideshows of each collection.
The Ports 1961 show was streamed live online via Vogue.com. The show opened with designer Tia Cibani calling for a moment of silence for Alexander McQueen ... a fitting start given the immediacy of the news (his death was reported that morning) and the somber mood of the day. What followed was nothing short of amazing.
The collection was elegant and feminine, despite the clear masculine influence. It is definitely one of my favorites coming out of the tents and I can't wait to purchase some of these items in the fall!
Check out a slideshow of the full collection via The Cut.