NYFW Day One: 10 questions

The shows have wrapped up, the after parties are just beginning and the photos are starting to trickle in.

Because I’m but a wee blogger with few useful opinions about clothes or designers, I thought I’d sum up Day One of New York Fashion Week with a list of ten questions that aren’t really important but are fun to ponder anyway.

  1. How many models do you think could fit into one of those enormous pantlegs Richard Chai sent down the runway?
  2. Why don’t more designers let their pets stomp the dogwalk catwalk?
  3. Who would have thought patchwork rainbow fur could look so chic?
  4. Are ankle straps cool when they’re not attached to anything?
  5. Does anyone else miss the days when Gretchen Jones bitched about creating dresses out of party supplies on Project Runway?
  6. Can I only wear Tadashi Shoji’s velvet column dresses for the rest of my life?
  7. Where are all the celebrities? (Shailene Woodley you obviously don’t count.)
  8. Seeing how Jeffrey Costello and Robert Tagliapietra are happy newlyweds, why wasn’t their collection more bridal?
  9. Do you think its a coincidence that pretty much every designer sent deep red down the runway today, or did they all meet up ahead of time to coordinate?
  10. How the heck will Jason Wu top his Target collection tomorrow during his runway show?

Any favorite looks from today?

[photo via The Cut]

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About Kathryn

Journalist, velvet enthusiast.
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One Response to NYFW Day One: 10 questions

  1. i loved the Nicholas K collection because I always wanted to be a post apocalyptic cowgirl, no, really. Also, dogs should be a staple on the runway, in my opinion.

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