RUNWAY: Chanel Spring 2019 Ready-to-Wear

I’m trying to get back into the rhythm of blogging so I apologize for the lack of posts lately! Figured the best way to start again is by posting things that inspire me, which is a huge part of why I started this blog years ago!

I wanted to post some of my favorite looks for the recent Chanel Spring 2019 Runway Show. With 80+ looks, it was very hard to edit it down to these few below…


I loved the whole concept of the show on the beach which actual water and sand. Karl sure knows how to put on an amazing production for his shows! As always, the details in the Chanel collections are truly exquisite. I love the paired down looks with leggings and biker shorts yet they still look very put-together. The oversized tweed jackets are classic Chanel with an updated modern look. Great accessories with more clear bags and lucite shoes, which I’m happy are still ‘on trend’. My favorite part was definitely the double bags. I love the layering of a larger and smaller bag and how Lagerfeld connected some in the middle with the classic Chanel chain straps. So so good! Le sigh, one day I’ll own a Chanel piece….preferably from this collection!

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Runway: Givenchy Spring 2016

I was surprisingly, underwhelmed by most of the shows this year. Maybe it was the intense coverage on a few 'select' models and their where-abouts rather than the clothes they were wearing or it just simply wasn't as exciting this year in the city. Thank God there is still London and Paris to look forward to. However, there are a few designers that seem to always excite me every season including the newbies over at Public School and the ever so amazing Carolina Herrera and the ladies behind Marchesa. I'm also always obsessed with what Tisci is creating over at Givenchy.

Showcasing an incredible collection for all of New York to see with over 80+ looks including menswear. Talk about putting on a S H O W. Every piece sort of left you wanting to look at it for an hour longer, feel all the lace details, and slip on one of the long black-silk-robe coats. ughhh, so divine. Hard to narrow down my favorites but here goes...

I'll take one of each of these looks, please...

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