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