The whole scene surrounding the Rebecca Minkoff show was pretty intense and quite exciting. This was the biggest show I have been at to-date and found myself a bit overwhelmed by the size of this particular venue at Lincoln Center...I had also just seen some of my favorite bloggers, like Emily from Cupcakes & Cashmere, who I suddenly realized at one point was standing behind me waiting to get into the show. Had a little freak out on the inside, played it very cool on the outside. 'Oh, who are you? One of my fav people in the whole world that I don't know? Oh, yeah, I mean, I guess you look familiar...' Moving on. I got very lucky and my seat was just a couple of rows from the front and I got to do some rather delightful celeb watching. I am also now trolling the internet for pictures of said famous people to make sure I don't look like a complete doofus behind them. So far so good.
The Rebecca Minkoff show was a gig, runway show, spectacle. It kicked off with Theophilus London rocking down the runway. I mean, how cool.
The clothes, as it turns out, delivered as well. In a big way. What I love about Ms. Minkoff is that she has a certain aesthetic that is fun and refined. I love her sense of separates and the styling was incredible. Her sense of color mixing and shapes is impeccable. Adored it!
And I got extra excited that I got a bit 'fashion stalker-y' about a girl in the tents wearing a yellow snake print maxi skirt the day before and lo and behold, yellow snake print came creeping down the runway. Excitement.
Great music. Lots of leather. Snake prints. Sparkle and a color palette that I want to live in. Thanks, Rebecca. You done good.
(Note: Apologies for my videos ending abruptly. I suddenly realize I don't want to watch the shows through the finder on my phone and freak out :) )