Spongebob sweater | nyfw day one.

NY1-MOTILO-2013 9 8 7 Processed with VSCOcam with f2 preset Processed with VSCOcam with g3 preset Processed with VSCOcam with hb2 presetScreen Shot 2014-09-05 at 10.41.34 PMScreen Shot 2014-09-06 at 12.17.32 AMSpongebob sweater: Jeremy Scott for Moschino / Boots: Balenciaga cutout boots / Bag: Chanel WOC

NYFW is something else. It’s probably the most inspiring and rewarding week of the year, especially in September because there ain’t much that’s inspiring about the February weather. For my first day of the fashion month season I decided to say screw u to fashion and wear a borderline pyjama borderline just-came-back-from-nickelodeon-studios-suvenir-shop sweater to the BCBG and Coach shows I had in the morning. Coach was especially inspiring because I think they’re taking a more youthful and contemporary approach to fashion, which I loudly applaud them for. Their presentation was stunning, I mean, pastel fur, shearling, birks, sounds like something I would totally wear in the (canadian) spring. You know me, I’ll wear white converse in 5 feet deep snow because no other pair of shoes looked quite as good with my outfit. (Fine print: I get sick like every other week in the winter because risking health for fashion has it’s downfalls).

It’s especially exciting to go home after a day at NYFW, wake up and find yourself on the best-dressed list of NY mag, Nylon, Vogue Russia, Company Magazine and so on.  I only have you guys and spongebob to thank, so thank you.
I visited the NYLON offices later that day and had a tour of the office, which made the high-school girl within me squeal because my friends and I have always been obsessed with NYLON. After that I ran into Esther, who shot 99% of the pictures above. I ended my day at the Schutz presentation where Alessandra Ambrosio was frolicking and posing for the hundreds of photographers, so after I took in the fact that a VS angel was before my eyes, I went home for some much needed sleep blogging. Until tomorrow, NYC.

First photo by Motilo (Victoria Adamson) / Rest by Esther Jung / Nylon Street style by On Abbot Kinney (Michael Dumler).