Since the Son Jung Wan show is always one of the highlights of my New York Fashion Week adventures, what better place to start this season’s fashion week coverage?
I’m always super excited to go to this show and this season was no exception. I certainly didn’t expect to dumb-luck myself into a front row seat, but I saw a fashion week buddy and she insisted I squeeze in with her! (Thanks, Mona.) From this vantage point, I got great shots, so all photos here are mine.
So let me start by saying the Son Jung Wan collection for Fall/Winter 2019 is simply divine, full of all the glam and whimsy that has made me a huge fan of this designer, season after fabulous season.
The color palette for this collection was a symphony of beautiful shades and interesting combinations. I loved the contrast of the burnt orange against the sky blue, sometimes with a bit of eggplant purple thrown in as well. Very striking! The mustard yellow and pale pink were an unexpectedly delightful combo as well. I also loved the bronze metallic fabric with the blue floral print. Gorgeous!
The silhouettes tended toward midi length skirts, with statement sleeves and dramatic collars.
An enchanting mix of various textures and fabrics came down the runway. Faux fur, brocade, velvet, plaid, and shimmer all played together to create a fanciful fusion.
Aww, but fashion is a visual passion, let’s take a look …
This is just the beginning of SO much New York Fashion Week coverage, Ladies. You’re in a for a treat … so many inspirational runway shows, as well as all my little stories, and of course I want to share my outfits with you.
And if fashion week is not quite your thing, know that there will be many more wearable practical outfits for work and weekends to come.
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