New York Fashion Week Day 2

This day started with a quick jaunt to one of my favorite NY spots, the Standard Hotel. In a wood paneled open loft space the sun shone in on beautifully tailored pieces from London based designer Zoe Jordan. These pieces were very wearable, classic pieces that had some edge. Perfectly constructed turquoise ombre colored blazers, and asymmetrically cut dresses in paint splattered prints.





 Continuing along the Made fashion week schedule it was time to head over to Milk Studios for the men's presentations. One of my favorite nights entails an entire floor dedicated to the boys. I spent most of my time here with Thadeous O'neil. Once I was over witnessing the performance art that was apart of the presentation I was wowed by the model casting. A very diverse group of strikingly unique young men doned chunky tribal print sweaters that I know is for the boys but still want.







It was time to get back to the girls and head over to the Parkchoonmoo show. I think wearable classics were the theme for the day. Her collection consisted of three colors black, gray and cream As the wind blew fiercely outside the sweaters and structured coats from the collection were looking mighty cozy.











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