New York, you are without a doubt, the best city in the world, but holy macaroni, you have got to give us a break. I’m starting to seriously reconsider the facts, here! This weather couldn’t possibly be for real, could it? On the bright side, I get to wear the chunkiest of outerwear available to man, and twenty pounds worth of clothes. How lucky am I? You don’t have to answer that. I hope everybody is having a good first day of New York Fashion Week. Now, let’s the games begin!

New York, eres sin duda, la mejor cuidad del mundo. Nadie te quita eso, pero meu deu, estoy reconsiderando tu amor por tus habitantes. El clima no puede seguir así, eh! Es tormenta después de tormenta! Un respiro no vendría nada mal. En el lado positivo, os podéis imaginar mi emoción cada día, al llevar 20 libras de ropa encima y abrigos mas grandes que mi cuerpo! ¿Cuenta suerte tengo, eh? Es una totalmente pregunta retórica. Espero que tengáis un muy buen primer día de la Semana de la Moda de Nueva York. Que empiecen los juegos!

I am wearing vintage coat by Celine, black sweater by Vince, bag by Celine, white button down by Uniqlo (men’s), pants by J Brand, boots by Zara, vintage earrings by Chanel, sunglasses by Ray-Ban.


Mixing laid-back pieces with much (much) dressier garments is a trend designers have taken to the next level this season —to be more presice, the catwalk. Off the runway (clearly even on it!), traditional gowns can often feel old-fashioned or stuffy, if done incorrectly. For Pre-Fall, Jason Wu to Ralph Lauren shook up the eveningwear equation by pairing soft, chunky, and oversized sweaters with long dressy skirts. The result? Casual with a modern twist. What do you say, will you try this pre-determined trend for 2014? You choose.