Photos by: ArmandHugon
On Day 6 of #NYFW17, I only had one show on the docket and it was in the afternoon to view the Anniesa Hasibuan's Fall/Winter collection. I feel like I lucked out my lovelies because the weather was actually pretty good for a change. The snow had finally melted and the temperatures rose to around the mid 50s. I was definitely one happy fashionista! I was able to take pictures of my outfit without having to get frost bite on my hands; don't let anyone ever tell you that frost bite is a good accessory! Let me show you what I put on from my kloset.
I wore a bright orange trench coat to match my mood that day. I was going for a more feminine look and pairing this "Love Never Fails" graphic tee with a skirt definitely did the trick. I love graphic tees because they're a versatile piece that gives you so many different ways to pair one. I received this one from Union 28 Apparel right before leaving to New York. I absolutely love their collection of tees because all the designs have a meaning behind them. They encourage commitment, marriage, and positive relationships and they're able to present a positive image of marriage through these fashionable tees. Also, they were kind enough to give all of you a special code! Shop their fun tees and use the code pattyskloset so you can receive 20% off your order. Once you do, tag me on the picture of you wearing your tee for a shoutout!
To finish off the look, I added a pair of fishnet stockings. How are you guys liking this trend? I touched on this a couple of days ago, but it seems to be everywhere and they really gave my entire outfit a feminine vibe that maybe my other outfits didn't really give. I really love the way this entire look came out. This trench is becoming my favorite and you might see more of it on the blog this spring.
Now that you know what I wore, let me tell you guys what I saw!
Trench: Michael Kors | Tee: Union 28 Apparel (here) | Skirt & purse: Forever21 | Fishnets: Amazon | Shoes: Sam & Libby via Target
The Anniesa Hasibuan collection was titled "Drama" because Ms. Hasibuan wanted to have her designs represent all women that always remain strong, confident, and fashionable in the face of adversity. Ms. Hasibuan is a devout muslim and she decided to make a political statement in her show by casting all immigrants and second-generation children of immigrants as models for her show. On top of that powerful message of inclusion, every single model that came down that runway wore a hajib. Ms. Hasibuan decided to use her platform in a positive way and so she could respond to the anti-immigrant policies this country is currently being bombarded with. No muslim ban present at this NYFW show! I really loved her message and everything she stands for. As for the collection itself the collection had it all; I'm talking fur, colorful ruffles and so much shimmer was everywhere to be seen. I was amazed with every single look that kept coming down the runway. It was very hard to narrow down an overall favorite design, but here's some of my favorite looks from the collection:
Photos via NYFW
Thanks for rocking out with all these NYFW posts! I have one more coming for you guys to close out the week, so make sure to come back later on this week!