Today I wanted to share all the details of my last day of New York Fashion Week. To say I was exhausted by today would an understatement, so I kept things low key and only went to two shows and had one event. I am really glad I stayed for this last day because one of the show’s is a fashion week favorite; Dan Liu. Check out all the details below.
My first show of the day was Chiara Boni La Petite Robe. Chiara Boni, as the name la petite robe implies, is a designer who makes beautiful little dresses. By focusing only on dresses she is able to really take each piece and make it breathtaking. Every season the latest trends are incorporated, but with fabrics and fits that are timelessly beautiful.
I received a front row seat for Chiara Boni so I was quite excited about the show. I got even more excited though the night before when I got a Chiara Boni dress! In yesterday’s Day Five NYFW Recap post I talked about the Rent the Runway sale. At the RTR sale a beautiful pink dress immediately caught my eye. When I went to look at it more closely I saw that it was a Chiara Boni and I knew I needed to get it and wear it to the runway show.
The fuchsia color was just beautiful and I loved the feminine cupcake fit. I paired it with my clear belt bag to make the look on trend for right now. Clear bags are in ladies!
Three more dresses I loved from the Chiara Boni SS19 collection are pictured below. It was hard to narrow my picks down to these 6 dresses in the post because truly every dress was gorgeous. I’ll definitely be buying more Chiara Boni dresses in the future.
My next show of the day – and my final show of this NYFW – was Dan Liu. Dan Liu is a NYFW “fan favorite” every year, and this year was no exception. The Spring Studios Gallery where it was held was completely packed to the brim. The SS19 collection showcased Dan Liu’s signature cocktail dresses in feminine fits and fabrics – with a twist on styling, as he always does. Last year the inspiration was the beach and the music, makeup etc. fit that.
For the SS19 collection Dan Liu created a collection combining his style of dresses with nods to his heritage in Japanese culture. He opened the show with a Samurai dance and the models hair, makeup and accessories were inspired by Japanese culture as well – and included interesting masks. Check out the photos below to see what I mean!
Photos at Saks Fifth Avenue:
Before heading home from New York I had one last ‘event’ to fit into my NYFW schedule; and it was one of my favorites. I had the opportunity to go into Saks 5th Avenue (the flagship location on 5th) for a photo shoot in 3 designer outfits. If you follow me on instagram, you may have seen my stories from that day. I was on cloud 9! Some of the pieces I put on, like the Versace pieces, are ones I never thought I would be able to wear and I loved every minute in them.
I’ll link all the items I’m wearing in a clickable widget below in case you want to check anything out further.
Shop The Saks Fifth Avenue Designer Outfits:
And that my friends concludes my New York Fashion Week recaps! Phew! One last thing I wanted to share is about a NYFW giveaway happening on my instagram! One of the very cool perks of being a fashion blogger/influencer is the swag that we get given. I came home with so many great things from New York Fashion Week events; and i realized that honestly I do not need everything. SO, as a thank you to all of you for following me, supporting me, and really being the reason I get to do this awesome job I have made a gift box of NYFW items that 1 lucky follower will win. Head to my instagram to easily enter. Good luck!