Miley Cyrus with Jeremy Scott via @itsjeremyscott on Instagram
Wednesday! Tomorrow is the last day in NY before troves of editors head overseas. We are happily staying in NYC and sleeping. From Olsen-less viewings at Elizabeth and James to the dreamy Delpozo, and of course, Betsey Johnson’s infamous runway cartwheels, things are at once busy but also concluding. We are already planning our detoxes, cleanses, binge viewings, and more.
Sara: Emily–Any MK+A sightings at Elizabeth and James today?
Emily: NO actually, and I was pretty bummed. I’m actually a big fan of both their clothing lines but not gonna lie, I was really looking forward to seeing them. It would’ve fulfilled some childhood dreams.
Sara: I know. I love them, their style, and both lines as well. This is my dream bag.
Emily: Backpacks are so hot right now. But yeah, Elizabeth and James had some good pieces, noticed some more normcore sandals.
Sara: Yeah, even though I really like Elizabeth and James clothes, I’d still want some Olsen action. The clothes were very theatrical today. In fact when I woke up, I even thought, well, if there was ever a day to wear something crazy, because I headed to Jeremy Scott where Miley Cyrus caused a massive traffic jam and some attendees received pretty cool Jeremy Scott Longchamp bags. Scott grabbed Miley from her seat and the two strutted down the runway probably causing iPhones to freeze around the room–or maybe mine is the only dysfunctional one.
At Betsey Johnson I was given three Baked By Melissa cupcakes and I ate them in about 10 seconds total.
Emily: That’s absolutely doable with Baked by Melissa cupcakes. I hear you on the theatrical clothes though–Greg Lauren had some interesting pieces come down the runway that looked like they came off the set of the Hunger Games. Everything was a little rough around the edges and utilitarian, very District 12.
Alyssa: Ooh, more entertainment themed collections.
On a different note, my absolute favorite collection that I’ve seen so far this fashion week was Delpozo today. It’s unreal how gorgeous it is. I would do illegal things to get my hands on it.
Sara: Delpozo looked BREATHTAKING. I’m still lusting over these from last year.
Emily: I LOVE those. RIGHT.
Alyssa: Oh girl, I know. But the shoes today? Best shoes I’ve seen all week, too.
Sara: I’m a shoe girl over a bag girl forever.
Alyssa: Same. Also into jewelry recently. Today was just dreamy in general. I started out the best possible way. I feel so lucky, Monique Péan held her presentation so that we each had a private viewing of Walter De Maria’s The Broken Kilometer at a Dia space… and then saw her beautiful jewels. I’ve never felt so grounded and calm going into a fashion anything. Thank you, Monique! (Who is so sweet.) We couldn’t take photos, but you should go.
Emily: Definitely have to check that out.
Sara: I got to see Betsey’s infamous cartwheels down the runway today.
By the way, the show was called Prenup and opened with two grooms and then two brides, one of whom was SoulCycle star Stacey. Betsey closed the show with her DWTS partner, Tony Dovolani and then a seriously impressive cartwheel-into-split situation with one of her adorable granddaughters. She is FIT. ALSO: I don’t watch Real Housewives, but them ladies were half the models!
Alyssa: SoulCycle instructors, so hot right now! The invite was a bag of rice. I knew it’d be wedding themed!
Sara: Wait–a. have Soul instructors made other appearances, because that’s a semi-unexpected job perk and b. did you make stir fry?
Alyssa: Sara, it is fashion week. There is no time to cook. But hello did you not see Ben Bruker on Keeping Up with the Kardashians? The cult of SoulCycle and the cult of celebrity collide…
Sara: No, but please refer me, I need some quality pre-bedtime TV tonight.
Alyssa: Ta da:
Think of it as a bed time story.