On my way from Athens to NYC, I am just thinking of all the things I have to do and it all comes down to “run fast to attend” as many events as possible, or beyond possible. Numerous fashion GPS and regular invitations have been reaching my e-mailbox ever since I applied for the MB Fashion Week as Press. I calculated everything in a strict mathematical manner in order to build up my busy schedule efficiently. I tried not to deny, not to skip, not to miss events, unless it cannot be done otherwise. During my flight I kept up repeating to myself how proud of my organizational skills I am, and how well it will work. At the same time, I sense the fact that it’s an adrenaline-raising process, and a stessful, fascinating, demanding, crazy, thrilling experience for me. I have to attend more than 40 Lincoln and off-Lincoln fashion shows, parties, presentations, shootings and the rest of the events. My fashion Radar page, an online service which aggregates most of my invitations in a clean and concise schedule is rich in content and it might get richer in the next hours and days as – even last minute – I am still on some more waiting lists. My first set of ‘to dos’ is the Fashion Night Out (FNO) events. The ‘city that never sleeps’ hosts on that night a long series of events, as most stores will stay open till 11PM or even later and after that happy fashionistas and shoppers will end up in fashionable bars and hot spots celebrating Lincoln Center’s one year anniversary as NY Fashion Week’s main venue. My original plan is to hit in one night various events in Soho, Meatpacking and 5th Avenue stores! Can it be possible? Never mind… It was! I just had one of the most amazing FNOs ever! One of the hottest parties in Madison Avenue was at Fratelli Rossetti’s where everybody was dancing non-stop, drinking bubbly and posing to the camera’s. Then I ve been to Brunello Cucinelli, and I had a wonderful time next to warm sweaters and cardigans in all kinds of neutrals. Rebecca Taylor had a wonderful party in the Meatpacking district and Indashio and DKNY and Dior, Agent Provocateur and Calvin Klein and an endless series of spots in the city! Oh I love NYC!
See the full MB Fashion Week coverage at Fashionality.gr.
This year the Costume Gala Institute is celebrating the works of the late and great Alexander McQueen at the Met, New York with the theme of the occassion based around his work.
The ball was filled with the Fashion Elite including Karl Lagerfeld, Anna Wintour and the most talked about female designer of the past week, Sarah Burton. Needless to say, it was a glamourous event and the outfits were stunning to say the least. Many celebrities chose to wear Alexander McQueen, in keeping with the event however TellusFashion can also confirm that the fashion stakes were running high with the likes of the Olsens in Givenchy and Dior respectively, Gwyneth Paltrow and Hailee Steinfeld in Stella McCartney, Crystal Renn and Christina Ricci both looking amazing in Zac Posen and the ever stylish Alexa Chung wearing Christopher Kane. My favourites however, had to be one of my biggest style influences Florence Welsh in Yves Saint Laurent and Leelee Sobieski in Vionnet.
Check the pictures out below, courtesy of www.fashionologie.com
My friend was on the modelizing blog today and shared these amazing pictures with me! Louis Vuitton has very cleverly used scraps of old fabrics, bags and clothes and turned them into amazing LV animals!!! I love this! The animals are shown in the New York windows of the Louis Vuitton store, very clever visual merchanding indeed!