Last week I went to the SAIC, The Walk Fashion Show 2013. I came as an independent blogger to blog about the event (see pictures below) and had a chance to see the amazing creations of the young talented SAIC students. I had such a great time at the show and party. I also had the chance of meeting Laura and Kate Mulleavy, the sister designers of Rodarte. They are/ were so inspirational and sweet with great advice to share. As for the fashion show, I enjoyed some of the more theatrical pieces along with the ready to wear. There were some really amazing clothes. I enjoyed the whole show but in this post I have selected some of my favorites. I wore the shirt I designed from mens pants, Elisabeth and James skirt, and my Dolce Vita block heels. Then for my mom, she wore the skirt I designed from a mens jacket, a jacket I designed from mens pants and a Calypso top, and Sam Edelman heels. I couldn't be more grateful and happy about attending this special show! I look forward to next years show!
Laura, Kate and I.
I need these pants, they are amazing!
I loved the mix of fabric! This is so interesting.
I love these glasses!
There is something so pleasing and summery about her!
I loved these platforms!
I love this so much! The details and the style of the dress... one of the faves!
Look at those tights! I need a pair.
They couldn't be cuter! I love this almost, Japanese candy girl inspired.
Tweed gas masks= amazing! I loved them!
These pleats are amazing! I loveeee the shape!
I loved the netting over her face and the leather detailing.
Yumi Lambert, anyone?
The back is so simple yet beautiful, a nice surprise.
I think he looked great in the shape of the jacket.
Guys in skirts. YES
These girls looked so happy, love the style of the dresses!
Loved the twins.
I just love the fabric and shape!
This flows beautifully.
This look is perfect, she looks like Cara Delevingne a bit!
The pleats and colors are fab.
Love these pants! I would for sure wear them.
I think that this sculptural piece on her head is amazing!
I loved this hair!
Congratulations to all of the SAIC students!