NYFW 17 Beauty & Fashion Trends Recap

February 20, 2017

This year's Fashion Week wasn't as chaotic since the locations didn't change and remained the same.  One of the central locations was super close to our apartment and so it was very convenient for me.  The first two days of Fashion Week consisted of a lot of snow, wind, and cold! Thankfully by the 3rd day, mother nature decided to be nice.

It was fascinating to watch models walk down the runway wearing what we will see on the streets this Fall and Winter.  At Paul Andrew's presentation, marble, colorful suede, snake skin, and metal creations were spotted for women.  For men, the combat boots aren't going anywhere.







At Georgine a party girl with great style that's a bit grungy and mysterious was present.  Minis paired with tall boots, fur, a touch of lace, and metallics made an appereance.  The models' wig design was styled by Moroccanoil Artistic Director Kevin Hiughes.  Jewelry by Laruicci and nude lips with a strong eye liner game by M.A.C pro team.









At Francesca Liberatore a sporty, chic, and romantic collection took the spotlight.  "Powerful stripes in rich blood orange, brick red, magenta, lime, grey and black harken a progress parade on the world's stage.  Champagne, ivory and pewter are featured through the collection with velvet embellishments, signature embroideries and used as a layering piece"- Francesca Liberatore

A messy, loose, and braided ponytail made a runway statement by Scruples Haircare International Creative Consultant Charlie Price.  A bare face with a smoky eye and plum lips by Aveda brought the collection to life.

My favorite part of this show in addition to seeing a beautiful collection was watching PR Boss Kelly Cutrone of People's Revolution slay.  If you never watched The Hills, Kell on Earth, or The City, you should so you know what I am talking about.









As I waited for the next show to start, I checked out the TRESemme lounge and E! News photo booth.




Papyrus cafe


Ken Fulk
The Irina Vitjaz show was made up of elegant long gowns with sprinkled pops of color, metallics, velvet, a romantic hair style and minimal make up.  The last look of the show was a beautiful white gown perfect for the modern conservative bride.














Velvet and metallics seem to be a common trend for next fall and winter, so hold on to those pieces in your closet!

XoXo,
-Keily

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