Happy Friday, everyone! I'm still on the mend from my fashion week flu and think I'm just about well, whew. But never fear, I've still got lots of show coverage for you next week as well, so please keep reading!
My first evening in New York was one of my favs because I was invited to view the ERIN by Erin Fetherston spring collection at The Standard Hotel. It was on the rooftop at sunset, and absolutely gorgeous. It was pretty intimate and I immediately spotted Erin chatting with guests - she has to be the cutest designer around...major girl crush!
I think Erin does spring better than most anyone else. She knows exactly how to translate color (or lack of color!) onto the most flowy, chiffon party dresses that I could just scoop up for my own closet. I would seriously wear any of these frocks, if given the chance, because they're so amazingly girly and all-around lovely. I mean, that's what the Erin Fetherston brand is to me, and I love how she always stays so true to that. (Down south we say, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it.") I so wish I could wear all of the creamy ivory/champagne styles, but instead I'm gonna go for the to-die-for tangerine hue in the collection. It pretty much left me breathless on that rooftop, folks.
P.S. I had no idea she was there (argh!), but actress Hailee Steinfeld attended in a glitzy metallic frock and carried an Edie Parker nude mica clutch (the "Jean").
|My first glimpse at Erin, so of course I snapped away with the camera.|
|Erin's version of the printed dress for spring|
|So many gorgeous, feminine gowns, as always|
|These were my fav, and I especially love the ombre|
|The gowns were even more captivating at sunset - and I'm digging that pantsuit!|
|Erin with Neiman Marcus Fashion Director, Ken Downing|