I love fashion weeks. They are crazy and chaotic and mean long hours spent before and in between shows. But the energy at the venue with all the fashionable people in one place and of course the gorgeous clothes, both on and off the ramp, make it all worth it.
I knew it was going to be a long day, so the focus of my makeup was to prep the skin so it would hold the entire day. A good primer and fixing spray were definitely a must for looking fresh throughout the whole day.
Already anticipating the long hours, I've planned my Digital Fashion Week outfits to be both comfortable and stylish.
First day shows always begin fashionably late, heightening the anticipation and expectations of the opening show. This year's opening was Max Tan, featuring the world’s oldest model Carmen Dell’Orefice. The wait was truly worth it. Max Tan’s collection was a mix of sculptural silhouettes and fluid lines in his signature monochrome palette. A welcome surprise was the use of colours in this collection as Carmen Dell’Orefice walked down the runway in a shocking pink coat.
I wanted almost all the pieces from the In Good Company's Capsule 5 collection that showed that day. The easy-to-wear separates in breathable fabrics are definitely on my to-buy list.