Mod Voyage • Vo.2 NYFW

Fashionably freezing is an understatement. I've just about completed my defrost period (one week long) since New York Fashion Week. What I learned from attending several different shows was that it's all about practicality these days. I can't wait to recreate some of the inspiring silhouettes come Fall. In the mean time, enjoy the looks that had me lusting.

P.S - stay tuned for another blog post including my outfit details.


A nod to the future with metallic tones, the designers Shaikha Noor Al Khalifa and Shaikha Haya Al Khalifa stuck true to loose, flowy silhouettes for FW15.

A shimmering, slightly embellished full-length gown at Noon by Noor FW15.

Mara Hoffman's FW15 collection was all about texture, prints, and stripes. But can we take a minute to drool over those crown braids? I'll definitely be recreating that look on myself.

The "Golden Girl" at Mara Hoffman FW15.

Women with class in the ultimate Spring color palette at Jay Godfrey FW15.

Tailored to the taste of a fashion-forward woman in this pairing of a flare leg trouser and tie neck blouse in passion orchid. 

South Africa designer David Tlale created a theme titled "The Fall", a cohesive collection showcasing abstract prints, and fabric galore.

The perfect balance of a dramatic top coupled with an elegant, flowy bottom at David Tlale FW15.

High necks and drapery to perfection.

A sea of patterns and prints mixed with sleek tailoring at Custo Barcelona FW15

Origami inspired boots, anyone? 

A multi-layered marsala look featuring geometric patterning at Custo Barcelona FW15.

A long and oversized wool coat formed from various woven textures in ethnic print.

Custo-man featuring the perfect straight fitted winter coat.

Reem Acra delivered us the "Gypsy Girl" collection with luxurious details.

Renaissance romanticism.

A mesmerizing lace number by Reem Acra.

That detail and embroidery work is near and dear to my heart.

Victorian royalty at Reem Acra FW15.