DELPOZO

Delpozo was hands down the best show of New York Fashion Week. Yep, I just said that. So beautiful. While the show started with sportswear inspired items in somewhat extreme proportions - the widest red culottes you've ever seen paired with a white bandeau that I wanted to wear immediately (after a good workout that is, ha!) - the looks slowly turned more whimsical and into a complete dream towards the end.

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SUNDAY PLAYLIST / 6

Woohoo, it's Sunday again! We have added some new fresh tunes to our playlist!

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CLEOPATRA

While most shows I attended in New York chose for a slightly 'undone' hairstyle and/or make-up look, Cushnie et Ochs went for a sleek ponytail à la modern day Cleopatra. Antonio Corral Calero got inspired by the Egyptian scarab and tied the ponytail twice to create a look reminiscent of the beetle.

It takes about 8 steps to do this at home (that is if you're handy with hair).

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ASYMMETRICAL SHIRT

This asymmetrical shirt was probably (for sure) my very favorite piece from the Tibi show earlier this week. It's boxy but feminine, simple but interesting and cropped but dressed. This way pretty please!

SKIRTING IN NEW YORK

I was planning on biking throughout New York Fashion Week, but the day I wore this blue almost mermaid-esque skirt that obviously didn't happen. I (in)conveniently got a flat tire the day before, so it was a good excuse to get this blue darling out on the street.

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THE HAIR AT ANN YEE

Those cute striped nails were not the only head-turning beauty feature at Ann Yee’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection. Inspired by the unpredictability of the seasonal transition from late winter to early spring, Aveda's Jon Reyman introduced a mermaidesque urban updo. Sleek and neat above, but full and wavy below the neck.

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