Noon by Noor is Flirty this Spring

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Noon by Noor took the relaxation vibes of spring and channeled sporty, relaxed fits for their most iconic styles for SS16. The designers used fresh colors, punchy bold prints and luxurious details to their youthful line. Tropical leaf and flock prints created great graphic looks next to feather light fabrics, ¬†with an offset of standout pieces like the sheer gold stripe dress and lavender bubble blossom cape. Sporty met femininity on this runway– and it was received well by the adoring audience. A cute (and tasty!) touch were the “N” and flower shaped cookies given to the audience– yes, please!

A Santorini Dream at Zang Toi

Greek goddesses graced the runway at Zang Toi‘s spring summer 2016 collection in a vision of ocean blues and greens inspired by Santorini. The mostly white palette was adorned with intricately hand-beaded detailing and couture pieces, accessorized with bold statement necklaces. The line spoke nothing but elegance; a jet-setter’s dream closet fully equipped with long flowing capes and sculpted separates. Toi ended the show with a literal show-stopping glamorous Santorini bride with a crown of white lilies. It was elegant, lovely, and so Zang Toi. The audience was thrilled and stood to applaud the designer when he went for his own walk down the runway.

La Vida es Chula (Life is Cool) on the Desigual Runway


The Arc at Moynihan Station (where NYFW’s The Shows were held this season) was packed to the brim with onlookers ready for the Desigual show. The retail giant adds an extra punch each season to their runway game to bring the audience back for more. Known for their vibrant hues and playful patterns, the brand continued to design with their nonchalant, easy-going woman at mind. A woman that plays many roles on a daily basis– a woman that gleams in the morning and glows in the evening with a unified, authentic and cosmopolitan flow. To me one of the most interesting parts of the show was the eccentric headpieces. Scarves wrapped into mohawk-esque style with feminine dresses and popping prints kept the audience wanting to see more– and more they did (even online!) when models passed around a selfie-stick held iPhone while filming the runway show to online viewers that couldn’t make it. It made for a fun, technology-forward event. Take a peek and watch this fun behind-the-scenes video of what I was able to attend!