On a very Snowy Thursday, Nicholas K presented the most fierce ’90s comeback at New York Fashion Week. It starred Latasha Alcindor rapping live to the music playing in the background. The clothes were big, loud, and attention grabbing. The metallic knee high boots were fab enough to rob off the models.
I was recently approached to test out the latest Pixel XL by Google in the color Really Blue. When I was growing up and asked what color I wanted to paint my room, I chose an exterior blue. The type of paint you typically cover the outside of the house, but I wanted it for my bedroom. My mom was skeptical, but it turned out beautiful. I also picked out matching blue cloud sheets for my bed. Long story short, I loved the color blue.
My last installment on New York Fashion Week (part 1, part 2, and part 3) is on open to the public events and where to register. If you don’t work in fashion, yet still want to take part of the incredible time of year, here are a few ways to do so.
Steve Aoki x Dim Mak Collection presented their fifth collection during NYFWM (New York Fashion Week Mens) January 31st at Skylight Clarkson Square. The well-know DJ put his own twist on the presentations by turning the runway into a skate ramp and using skaters instead of models. Probably the most creative presentation I’ve seen during Fashion Week.