September 15, 2015

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Love it or hate it? Believe it or not, is a popular topic of conversation amongst the fashion crowd. For most, it’s a love hate relationship and recently I’ve been reading and hearing a whole lot more from people that most don’t actually enjoy fashion month! So I started to question myself, do I actually enjoy it?

As most little girls are, I’ve always been enamored by the fashion industry. Maybe it’s because my older sister used to dress me up as her doll and stage photo shoots with me since I was three. Or maybe it was my Great Grandmothers inherent sense of fashion, always dressed in St. John skirt suits and Chanel Pearls. Whatever it is, there has always been something that has drawn me to the art of dressing, not only myself but other people as well.

This month marks my third consecutive year attending the fashion month circuit and I still can’t believe how quickly it’s all gone by. New York fashion week was always such a huge goal of mine, never mind London, Milan or Paris – I only dreamed of being apart of that.  There are a select few people who get the privilege of attending shows and I am always honored to be apart of this grouping! So to answer the question, I love fashion month! It’s a tremendous production, from designing the collection to the creation of a show. The respect I have for these designers, publicists and everyone else involved is on another level – how could one NOT love it?!

This season, there’s been a wash of patchwork and fringe and primary colors, OH MY! As I attemp to take you inside of day one, it’s going to be difficult not to reveal everything I’ve seen in the past four so here are a few of my favorite moments.

So that production thing I was talking about? This Spring season, it’s all about the flower. And one of my favorites, Tadashi Shoji kicked off this runway trend on day one. Walking into the venue, you were immediately met with the beautiful aroma of fresh florals. Wisteria vines languorously draped over an arched trellis, creating a flowery canopy of lavender blooms. Everything from the flowers to the music evoked the serenity of a Japanese garden. Almost immediately, I knew I was in for a treat.

As the collection debuted, I was mesmerized by the beauty and flow of it all. The wisteria influenced everything from color pallet of the collection to prints, motifs and embroidery on dresses, capes and chiffon separates. At the center of it all was a beautiful homage to what we will love wearing most this Spring, white. My favorite part? The connection between each piece. Cohesiveness is a word you hear a lot in fashion and it’s because a collection should tell a story. As each piece walked down the runway, you could see its connection to the last. The designer, Mr. Shoji created a world that featured all of his favorite elements of Springs in Japan. Just as the country explodes with irises, cherry blossoms and peonies, so did his beautiful collection.

To watch their whole show, click here to see what I fell in love with!

Photos by Fred Cipoletti 

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:: Kira Plastinina Pink Ruffle Dress :: Christian Dior Sunglasses :: Joie Bootie :: Heels :: Jimmy Choo Purse :: 


Absolutely stunning! A very original, beautiful and simple look!

Super post.

Wonderful dress! Great combination of pastel pink and black details! Love it!

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Oh how I adore the flow of this outfit! Looks right off the runway~


Hey girl! Loveee your blog and all your outfits!
I’ve followed your blog for quite some time and have noticed how you consistently link the wrong items when your wearing an outfit. Is this done intentionally? I would love to have the correct link to the dress your wearing above, but you link a Chloe dress when you write Kira Plastinina, same with the Joie booties, when they don’t look the same on the link provided! Hope you understand where I’m coming from! 🙂 I think we would love to have the correct designer link. If its unavailable, feel free to write just that, or link “similar”.

Just some feedback from a fan! Keep rocking girl, your style is on another level!

Thank you for the feedback, Gabrielle! You’re totally right, I link to items that are “Similar” when they are not available. Always try to link as similarly as possible as a “get the look” kind of idea, but I will definitely include that from now on 🙂 Thank you so much for following and reading, so appreciate the love and support and awesome feedback! xo Jenny

You write in such a beautiful way Jenny! Totally transported us to those beautiful moments. So pleased you have been enjoying Fashion Month.

I hope London is treating you well now!

Monica x

I love watching your snaps of NYFW! I agree with you in that fashion week is something to cherish and not to get sick of! Have fun, girl!


Loved reading your recap of Day 1…totally agree with you regarding the respect for the designers and production people who make the magic happen! Can’t wait to read more xo


Super cute outfit, love the chicness of this.

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I love how this dress is flowing everywhere! Gorgeous shots!


Hi dear and thank you very much for your friendship on IFB. I’m very happy!!! So beautiful photos and so amazing shoes!!! Have a nice day, kisses,

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Lovely dress! The booties give it a hint of edginess! Great booties! =)

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I really love your outfit, black and blush has been one of my favorite combos as of lately!


That is such a gorgeous dress! It looks so beautiful when you walk

This dress is stunning! I love the idea of blush tones and black for fall. It’s my dream to get to go to a show during fashion week someday <3


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