My New York Fashion Week Experience Via Snapchat
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My New York Fashion Week Experience Via Snapchat

If you haven't seen these specific presentations, check them out asap.

My New York Fashion Week Experience Via Snapchat

Snapchat, a Mid-Missouri fashion mogul's newest and most precious tool to keep updated on fashion week happenings around the globe. Between class, photo shoots, work and study sessions in the lab, a girl's gotta take a 10 minute break and update herself on the world's most amazing fashion occurrences happening thousands of miles away. How I wish I could jet set to New York, London or any other fashion capital and attend every show with hopes of running into Anna Wintour or the countless other fashion influencers who are attending. Instead, I'm making due with what I've got and am bringing you the best of fashion week via my daily Snapchat obsession. Thanks to Who What Wear and W Magazine for giving me a glimpse at this year's hottest New York City runway shows.

If you haven't seen these specific presentations, check them out asap.


1. Brother Vellies designer Aurora James

I fell in love the moment I laid eyes on the live butterflies and overall organic bohemian aesthetic of this presentation. The minimalist bright white background with an abundance of tree branches, live butterflies, models resting on wooden ladders, thigh-high suede boots and long fur ponchos made this collection an immediate hit in my eyes.

2. Rosie Assoulin

This presentation was lit. Seriously, Rosie Assoulin's venue included a beautiful sky light window which shone light upon 80-90 skillfully melted candles in an assortment of colors that balanced from rustic wooden beams in the center of the room. Models stood against rustic brick walls of varying paint. The simplicity and meticulous detail that combined to make this show is fabulous.

3. Alice + Olivia

Stacey Bendet really killed the dramatic urban vintage New York vibe with this 70's inspired presentation. Models chilled effortlessly on carpeted stairs, in brocade chairs, and on a bar and subway set. Talk about my kind of of scene.

4. Calvin Klein

The minimalist approach Klein took to this year's show is fabulous. Large windows overlooking the big apple mid day, made for bright sunlight and amazing harsh shadows that cast themselves upon models and the runway floor.

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