Fashion Week

Here's where I drop all my favorite looks from fashion week collections. Just for safe keeping, you know? Behold, a little cluster of continuously updated slideshows organized by season:

Fall 2018 Ready-to-Wear:
My favorite shows this season were Ganni, Tibi, Jaquemus, and Paco Rabanne.
Fall 2018 Couture:
Even though I can't tell if Giambattista Valli's signature tulle gowns have become predictable or remain just that, signature, I'm still a sucker for his couture shows. I'm not getting tired of them just yet.
Resort 2019:
My favorite show this season was Aalto because it tickled my growing obsession with accessories that look like they were gifted straight from the ocean.
Spring 2019 Ready-to-Wear:
Picking my favorite looks this season felt different. I don't think I'll ever stop being excited about style, but I feel almost bad for designers right seems like the market is so over-saturated with product due to the pressure to produce 5497548 collections per year, and it's a tight-rope walk to make every single one of those collections feel special. I felt excited about certain looks, but not enchanted, and that's what I look for in designer collections in the first place: magic. If there's not magic, anyone could do it. The looks below are composed of a few different categories: 1) pretty and fun garments that I would love to play dress up in, because those never get old (Gucci, Priscavera, Rodarte, Zac Posen), 2) pieces from collections that displayed a fresh design aesthetic as a whole and gave me hope for an industry being chewed on by consumerism (Altuzarra, Chloé, Maryam Nassir Zadeh, Paco Rabanne, Prabal Gurung), and 3) looks that I would really love to wear in real life, regardless of their revolutionary qualities or lack thereof (Acne Studios, ALEXACHUNG, Isabel Marant, Jacquemus, Stella McCartney).

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