The second show we went to was Suzanne Rae. I really loved this show. It was presentation style, so most of the outfits were out on the floor at the same time, and the models moved around and stood in different locations. Here are few photos I took of the collection.
Aside from the lacy shirt, this look is very Oliver Twist. I might attempt this, only I'll add some dirt on my face and a hat to complete the look.
That skirt looks heavy.
Snake skin oxfords? Yes please.
On our last day in NYC, mere hours before our flight, we went to the Meatpacking district for the Study NY show. The second I walked into the room I noticed this spicy cumin scent. And while in the show I ended up standing next to a very friendly woman who told me she designed the scent for the collection specifically, which I thought was a really cool idea. Unfortunately the actual show started late so we could only stay for a few minutes before racing back across the city. But we got to briefly see all the looks, and it turns out I am a big fan of this eco-friendly brand. The runway was set up like an old classroom. Each of the models came out, put an apple on a teacher's desk, and posed on the runway. Cute.
Huge fan of big knit sweaters. Who isn't?
I wish that I had had time to get a better picture of this red shirt/striped pant look because I quite enjoyed it.
All the models dressed up for school.
The whole line seemed very rustic, which goes with the eco-friendly brand. A lot of earth tones paired with bright accents. And of course some two-toned suede oxford shoes, which I would love to get my hands on (or feet in). If you are interested, there are better pics of the whole collection here on the website.