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New York Fashion Week / Day 3

It's raining here in New York, but certainly this didn't stop us. Day 3 was the busiest of them all. We kicked the day off with Dan Liu runway show.

Dan Liu is a Chinese-Japanese fashion designer, creative director of TATSUAKI fashion house, founded by Liu in 2002 and it7s named after his Japanese name, as well as DAN LIU label, first noticed in February 2016 at New York Fashion Week.

His F/W 2018/2019 collection was titled The Spy Who Loved Me, which consisted of 36 look, featuring perfectly tailored dresses in knit, crochet, lace and with embroidery details. All the looks were stylised with oversized glasses, perfectly tied pony-tails, head-scarfs and a glossy red lip 

We unfortunately missed out on Misha Kaura's and Son Jung Wan's collection because our schedule overlapped with other shows. 

Next up was Helen Anthony, who is a new and exciting British designer. Fashion, design and fine tailoring remain his passion and he is renowned for his daring cuts, leading style and intricate patterns. Anthony derives his inspiration from many different cultures, religions and seasons. His collection showed seamless interconnection between his cultural inspiration and eclectic use of pattern, colour and bold designs.

The last event of the day was CAAFD (the Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers) collective showcase, promoting and empowering aspiring young fashion designers: Port Zienna, Mouton Blanc and Zabetta Couture. 

Port Zienna (Francesca Canepa, from Lima, Peru) combines inspirations from haute couture and various elements from cultures Francesca Canepa has come across during her travels. 
Mouton Blanc (Hakuyo Miya) is also very world traveled. His heritage lies in his Japanese roots, and he has studied in Paris - conglomerating both cultures influences into his designs. Mouton Blanc’s pieces are known for their striking fantasy elements.

Zabetta Couture’s designer, Ruth Zabetta, was born in New York City but raised in both Spain and the Dominican Republic, imparting a very unique set of inspirations for this couture line. Zabetta Couture’snpieces exhibit femininity through asymmetrical cuts, which enhance and bring attention to the natural beauty found in the silhouette of women.


For today's look I sticked with the trusted wide-leg trousers and a pair of sock boots - a combination, which never lets me down. I paired that with a simple white tee from Mango and a fringe Zara top. For accessories I chose Asos tassel earrings and a red ribbon, for a pop of red to the monochromatic look, which I unfortunately lost on my way to the show. It looked so good, trust me. Of course I couldn’t forget about my oversized puffer jacket, because it’s freezing out here in New York. The clear clutch is from Interio, nails are Essie Meet me at the sunset and the scent again Kenzo, World. 

Two more days left in New York, but I'm already planning when I'll be back here! Stay tuned for more looks. 

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photos: Epopteia Photography


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