Looking at these pictures still makes me cold if that’s any indication of the serious wind chill at the tents on Sunday. I was there early for the RanFan show (a relative newcomer that killed it when it came to outerwear – I’m talking satin embellished trenches, leather hooded bombers and major pops of saturated color) and we managed to take all of 10 pictures before I went running for the closest Starbucks.
Saturday (or Day 3 in NYFW speak) was in short, a really great day. It was one of my busiest days at the Lincoln Center tents, plus Valentine’s Day, and generally just one of those picture perfect snowy New York days.
Somehow, I woke up this morning and it was Day 5 of NYFW. Even though I’ve been through this rodeo before, it never fails to amaze me just what a beautiful blur the days become once Fashion Week is at full steam.
Yesterday Adam and I spent the day exploring the tiny, and impossibly cute towns of Lambertville, NJ and New Hope, PA. Just over an hour outside the city – but feels like a world away – the towns are separated by a short bridge and filled with shops, galleries, and pretty homes like this one.