There will not be a live Fashion Week this season here in New York. Fashion Week will only be three days, digital only and no audiences. No live attendees. Very strange. Apparently it was the same for mens fashion week and couture and both were flops from what I understand. So, is this the new normal? Even after the pandemic? My guess is no. But at any rate today we will be looking at the makeup trends of 2019 and the changes for 2020 and the difference between FW and editorial makeup and the looks we see on social media. Hope you enjoy!
In the seventh installment of my street style photos from NYFW Fall 2020 held the first week of February. I captured some of the off duty models, attendees and Courtney, of Color Me Courtney. How happy and carefree everyone looked. Seems like another lifetime now. Summer of course is in full swing and is not like any other summer I have experienced.
Here is part four in my NYFW Fall 2020 street style series. Most of this was also shot outside the Michael Kors show. So much fun style and inspiration to be had. I had a chance to shoot a lot of people I admire in the fashion industry. In the last post in this series I was able to snap Tamara Kalanic a favorite influencer of mine, and in my first post and my NYFW Fall 2020 vlog I captured one of my idols Grace Coddington. In this post I snapped world famous model Binx Watson. How cool is that?
Here is part three of NYFW Fall 2020 street style. This was shot outside Michael Kors. It was a great day. Not too cold, not raining as it had been for much of this season’s shows. I met up with the other photogs I run around with, some of you may have seen them in my NYFW vlog. And the best part? I got a couple of shots of one my favorite influencers Tamara Kalinic. I watch her religiously on her You Tube channel. Here she is decked out in Michael Kors.
Fashion Week is in full swing here in New York. And I am quite busy this week running to shows and shooting street style. I am getting a glimpse of what is coming for fall and the trends that we will be wearing this time next year. And it seems the statement sleeve and ruched eighties dress is not going anywhere any time soon. Reformation’s pre-fall collection does indeed have a decidedly eights vibe to it along with a can’t be missed rock-n-roll edge. Moto jackets, metallic skinny jeans and accompanying low slung belts, big shouldered mini dresses and plenty of black define this lineup with it’s youthful vigor and after dark appeal.
Here is the next installment of my NYFW Fall 2020 street style photos. I am happy to have these photos to sift through, edit and retouch. It gives me something to focus on and distract me from all that is happening. I can not lie, it is all a bit over-whelming. There are some days I wake up and feel like I am in an episode of Black Mirror. I am doing my best to take it one day at a time and I guess that is all we can do.
Yes it is now April and I am finally sharing with my first round of NYFW street style photos for Fall 2020. I must say it seems like ages ago with everything that has been happening in the world. Fashion Week with it’s fashion shows, and so many people gathering together to celebrate their love of fashion. Having the freedom to go where ever I want. Taking for granted that I can practice my craft and shoot street style. Socializing and mingling with other people without giving it a second thought. We are indeed living in trying times. I hope these photos bring you some joy. I hope this throwback to a happier time will serve as inspiration for the future and brighter days.
Here is my third look that I wore to NYFW I wore this to the Flying Solo shows. Again it was a rainy day but on this day I only went to the shows and didn’t do any street style shooting. For this look I am wearing a dress and a skirt together. This dress or the top part is from And Other Stories and I bought it two winters ago. The skirt is from a company called Ark & Co and this is the first time I am wearing it, though I have owned it for a few years now.