February 26, 2018
As I said in F/W NYFW 2018 Part 1, many designers this season put a huge focus on strong, empowering women, bringing back the 1980’s inspired power suits and bold colors. Daringly, I chose an all red outfit to harmonize with the designers theme. Anyone who says redheads can’t wear red is wildly mistaken!
I snagged the pants, sweater, shoes, and hoop earrings at H&M and the Jacket was a fantastic find at Buffalo Exchange! Obviously, to finish the look, I did a vivid red lip. This ensemble fit right in at the Colour by Nandi Madida show. The designers collaboration represented power suits, structured materials and bold colors.
Since it was a rainy NYC day, I chose to do a sleek street look for the Ennyluap show. I mixed my black shirt and high-waisted pants with a KILLER Army green jacket from Express. I finished the look with a pair of thigh high brown boots from Forever 21, hoops from H&M, and did a simple pony.
For the Negris Lebrum show, I channeled Chanel with a check dress, over-the-knee boots and a long velvet trench. Additionally, I added a bunch of pearls, to soften the look, and combined a belt and hat to bring the black color throughout the entire outfit. I also sported my favorite Polo Ralph Lauren cross body.
The Ennyluap show was most certainly my favorite show I attended. Her whole line was cohesive and unique. She blended the modern independent woman with vintage tones from the 50’s and 60’s seamlessly.
The last show that I attended this season was the Negris Lebrum show. He also had a mod 1960’s theme to his accessories. The focus was on the rounded sunglasses, colorful shoes, and buckled handbags.
Thank you all for the amazing support and being with me step by step as I was debuting She’s Red Haute to NYFW and I can’t wait to see what is in store in September for S/S Fashion Week!
Photo Credit: Hard Luck XII