We kicked off the day with a little beauty magic as Ted Gibson’s team created an ethereal knotted updo, topped off with gold flakes backstage at Lela Rose. The Stila makeup crew finished off the fairytale look with a wash of pale green shadow.
Sassoon “ginger” colored wigs were carefully styled to create a unified and (oh so Sassoon) look on the runway at ThreeASFOUR.
Gabi Asfour was totally calm backstage at ThreeASFOUR. The pieces are incredible works of art and it was an honor to see them up close.
Over at the Birchbox Local lounge, we ran into Ruffian designer Brian Wolk who was on hand to check out the Ruffian Manicure station where manicurists duplicated the look of the Ruffian Spring ’14 nail look for guests!
DKNY was the usual mob scene and the not to be missed show. Most fashion editors and a few celebrities like Kelly Osbourne and Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Anthony Kiedis were in attendance. A surprise runway walk was led by Rita Ora to “Fight For Your Right” by the Beastie Boys. We loved the gorgeous and intense pastels. Are we seeing a color trend? Not to mention more black and white…
At Tracy Reese we saw a well thought out collection as models strutted to a Cuban bongos beat.
Not everyone can get a man to hold their purse outside the MBFW tents. But if anyone can, it’s Carine Roitfeld.
Highlight of the evening: Lauren met top chef Wylie Dufresne at his new restaurant Adler for the NARS dinner!
Nothing short of gorgeous at Chado Ralph Rucci and the models floated across the runway in perfectly cut dresses.
From mesh and leather to stripes, tweeds and florals, Emerson had a variety of rocking’ retr0-inspired looks.
There’s much more to come! Check back with us for Day 5!
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