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What I wore:
Puma x House of Hackney windbreaker // H&M pants (similar here) // Lacoste sneakers // Coach backpack // Ray-Ban Sunglasses // Hermès bracelet

My fourth day of New York Fashion Week was another action-packed day of activities. The morning began at Milk Studios for the Houghton show. The collection was almost all white, with a few pops of navy. Very ethereal with an effortless summer beauty. After the show, we found fellow KENTON team member, Quentin and had a quick coffee and catch up…

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Quentin, Justine and I then took an Uber uptown to Moynihan Station for the Jeremy Scott show, which brought a huge crowd to the runway space. The room was filled from wall to wall. You check out the collection and see my full review on AOL.com. Next, I checked out Chinese designer, Taoray Wang’s show. This collection was inspired by the movie “Out of Africa” and featured a safari theme.

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Daniel (@walkingcanucks) caught Justine and me on our way on 8th Avenue:

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Taoray Wang:

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In the late afternoon, Justine and I went back down to the Meatpacking District to meet up with our friend, Yvette, who we hadn’t see in almost 2 years. Yvette was living in Singapore and recently moved to NYC. It was so great to reunite, reminisce and have many new laughs!

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At night, we met up with my cousin for dinner at Bubby’s, which was delish! Definitely recommend this restaurant if you’re in the mood for American comfort food.

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