New York Fashion Week, Street Runway.
NEW YORK FASHION WEEK, STREET RUNWAY
Last words and photos, from me for now, from NYFW, Lincoln Centre.
Today, it’s a man’s world but we all know it would be nothing . . . without a woman.
Freedom for the people everyone and Happy St Valentine’s day to all!
Again Patti, I love New York! It rocks! Margie
Margie, not long to go until it rocks for you!
Hi Patti – hard to choose my fave. Obedient models or clandestine snapping? Zita
Hey Zita, great to see you here! Try as I might for the more clandestine snap the whole business of wearing fashion is not one for the shrinking violet!
Awesome shots Patti!
Thank you Nelson. See yourself in any of these outfits?
Great pics, Patti. The girl in the blue with the funky boots: was she freakishly tall, or was her friend very short?
They were so sweet and such fun, I want to go and work with La Carmina!(short) and the fabulous Yukiro (tall)!
Great photographs Patti!
Why thank you LPN!
Great captures!! I love that fur coat on the first photo!
She does wear it well!
I think I’d better stay out of New York. I’d probably get my little country girl butt kicked for laughing at people. That photo, second from the last has me cracking up. LOL. I guess whatever toots your horn. Thanks for the chuckles.
Hey Orples, your little country girl butt would have a ball up here in NYC where there is indeed room for everyone!
I was staggered to learn that the twice yearly fashion week is expected to generate $865 million for the city this year. But for me, the confidence and imagination (I am severely lacking in both!) it takes to put together some of these outfits, and leave the house in them, is priceless!
I don’t think I could last in the city long. I’d have to make it a short trip. I’d rather be running barefoot across an open field than worrying about what somebody else is wearing. But variety makes the world go round, so to each their own. 😉
Now that barefoot running across an open field is truly priceless! 🙂
Thank you indeed Mr Daniel!
I gave up on being fashionable in my teens… Actually, probably before that! An interesting set of photos. I like the Jacket and light coloured trousers in the second shot but that scarf is way too long 😉 Nice portrait of the guy with the shades in the 5th shot 🙂 Good set altogether anyhow 🙂
Martin, I hadn’t noticed the length of the scarf but your keen eye, and good taste, seems to suggest a lingering sense for timeless fashion!
and maybe some of them are listening to
Alas, we shall never know . . .
IMG_0268 – once we stood there too – and listened then to some life street musicians at the Columbus circle – I believe the name of the group was THE FUGEES …
Wow, the Fugees! I imagine they must have been rather entertaining!
The girl in blue would fit in at Burning Man really well.
Connie, does this mean you have been to Burning Man? If so, I should love to hear all about it!
Your photos show a wonderful sense of timing and humor. I love that you captured personality as well as individual styles!
Thank you very much and I am so happy you appreciate the personality and individual style. The surprises, each and every one of them wonderful, never seemed to stop!
Sadly I fell off the runway many years ago.
Although I guess I’d have to actually be on it to fall off it!
*If I ever see Tim Gunn I’ll have to hide in shame…*
I am sure you have plenty of your own style and if ever Tim Gunn were to see what you can do with some leather and lace, well . . .
Some beautiful girls there, but their shoes look really uncomfortable!
and (forgot to say): nice shots!
You’re welcome and thank you!
They certainly did a decent job of walking the walk!
Great photos! 🙂
Thank you EOF, it was great fun!
As I watch the photos….the music “I’m to sexy for my….” popped up in my head. Yep, the streets do look like one long interesting cat walk. And look at those pose…striking indeed! I don’t see much of that in Houston except when I’m at the Galleria….have a beautiful day.
You have picked the perfect soundtrack for this set! Right Said Fred would be truly proud!
Haha… This is what I do for a living. I always think it’s cool for the kids to get it out of their system when they are young, dressing up in silly clothes.
That you do this for a living, wow, now I really do want to know more!
CONTRAST – weekly photo challenge:
is it a great contrast if you are dressed with less effort of styling?
is it possible to have an aura dressed simple?
Frizz, I am struggling with the CONTRAST challenge this week . . . and yes, yes, to both your interesting queries. More of which to come later, I hope!
Right on point with this one Patti!
The pictures only reveal how diverse our fashion tastes really are…
I guess I would probably go with the second picture… 🙂
For me the look is safe.
Yes, there is so much diversity out there and I can’t imagine where we would be without it, even if it has passed me by! As safe as the second shot is he does have a certain style and flair which I am so pleased you enjoyed and most probably share!