To know me, is to know I love a good scarf. I love wrapping myself in its warmth, and fashionable look it gives all my outfits. In my post with designer, Jason Matlo, we discussed how a scarf can up make any outfit look sharp, even sweatpants.
However, I did not know I could take my fashionable scarf look from fall into spring, and make it look sharp and sexy. One collection that I loved during NYFW Fall 2012, was Brandon Sun. They had great fur pieces that enveloped the models like hot melted butter. I highlighted some of their Fall 2012 looks in my NYFW post, “The Scene.”
The Spring scarf is normally very flimsy, and I always feel like a fake poet when I wear them, so I usually dash scarf season out the window with snow. Yet, I am always cold during Spring. I don’t know about your city, but Vancouver nights, during spring and summer are chilly. When I travel to warmer cities, I find myself in a constant hot and cold state, hot outside and freezing inside, with air-con blasted everywhere. Having a scarf just makes things so much better, and I have a great pillow during popcorn summer blockbuster season.
Brandon Sun showed me that I don’t have to give up my luxury scarf this Spring. I can still be fabulously drenched in comfort around my neck, and not just jewelry. Brandon Sun‘s Spring collection had some great scarfs to keep you looking alluring with your T-shirts and shorts this spring and summer season. I love the idea of mixing seasons, and Brandon Sun had given us a great way to try this look out for Spring–bing on the chilly nights!!
NYFW is all about having a good time, and wonderment of the latest collections, however crowd watching is also fun. Today was no exception. A horribly styled NY housewife, Alex McCord, was front row at Venexiana by Kati Stern; bonus, collection was amazing. When we edit the runway footage and backstage interview you will see why this designer is the show!
Then, Falguni and Shane Peacock gave us front row drool,Paul Johnson Calderon from canceled television show,”High Society,” the party did not end there as RCA executive gave us an exclusive interview with his new dance artist. Look out for that up-coming story.
Off to back stage madness–Ashanti. Elbowing back stage is always happening for a designer interview, but throw in a celebrity, and things get wild. I couldn’t get close enough to interview the R&B diva, but I grabbed some shots.