NYFW Recap : Part 2

Top + Jeans + Trench – Karen Millen // Booties – Zara // Bag – Proenza Schouler // Sunglasses – Sunday Somewhere
Started the day off with a cup of coffee, and then I was out the door headed to my meeting on Fifth Avenue. The first stop was the Karen Millen store to check out the Spring/Summer 16 collection along with their fall pieces that they still had in store as well. After meeting the team I made my way around the store and started selecting pieces that I wanted to try on. I probably spent a good 2 hours in the fitting room playing dress up. It was down to 2 outfits and after contemplating back and fourth I decided to walk out the door with this look. I wanted to keep my look neutral but really wanted that pop of color at the same time. I decided to go for that bold red trench coat and felt that it was the perfect combination to my overall look. I ended up wearing this look for Day 2 of fashion week and its probably hands down my favorite look so far. 
After leaving the Karen Millen store I was headed to the my next meeting near the Flatiron building. I did a quick outfit shoot with Azusa since the background was too good to pass up. After getting a few shots in I quickly hailed a taxi and was off to a busy day of shows. 
Ending such a busy day with one last show! The Francesca Liberatore definitely caught my attention from the opening look to the finale. 
61 Delancy St, New York, NY 10002
For dinner we stopped by one of my favorite restaurant in the heart of chinatown. When I’m in New York I always try to make sure I stop here for my soba fix. This little gem offers the best soba I’ve ever had and everything I’ve ordered here never disappoints. My friends really seem to enjoy the food here. I highly recommenda this place if you guys are ever in the city. 
T-Shirt – LA Made // Jacket – H&M // Jeans – ASOS // Coat – Topshop // Sneakers – Adidas // Bag – Proenza Schouler 
After my busy schedule I quickly did an outfit change for some site seeing and shopping in SOHO with my friends. 


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