1. Do these women even get to keep the clothes? I.e. are their chosen dress occasions even relevant? 2. What does that say about the state of the fashion industry when Bradon refers to this as the "real person challenge?" (Rhetorical!) 3. Is Alexander surprised that Ken is acting like a "total dick" at the apartments?? 4. How is Megan the Talent Coordinator not dying of laughter over Ken screaming in that face masque? Therein lies the real talent!
There's only one more day of New York fashion week to go--but the street style crew is still wowing us like it's just beginning--no outfit repeaters here! Today, our camera caught up with Marie Claire's Zanna Roberts Rassi, The Blonde Salad blogger Chiara Ferragni and more outside the shows. See who else we saw on day six.
Wearing a coat or blazer draped over your shoulders isn't exactly a new trend. It's kind of a fussy dignified old lady look. Cardigan clips existed in the late '50s and '60s (and Glee's Emma Pillsbury is bringing them back) to facilitate wearing your button-downs draped instead of arms-in and buttoned-up. But if you follow the big street style blogs, the ones that follow the fashion crowd over fashion month like Tommy Ton, Garance Dore and the Sartorialist, you've probably noticed that the fashion elite have taken to this trend like gangbusters. Most notably, Marie Claire's Taylor Tomasi Hill and Zanna Roberts and Elle's Kate Lanphear seem loathe to put their arms in their blazer sleeves.