New York Fashion Week, Day 5: Super Tuesday with Marc by Marc
At last night’s Charlotte Ronson after-party, Bostonista was in a cougarish mood as downtown onetime-hotspot Butter filled with fashionistas and their 12 year old sisters. Nicky Hilton played host in one corner, Tinsley Mortimer in the other, but all we wanted to look at was the cute booty-shaking kid in a wool beret tearing up the dance floor in the middle. Unlike previous berets, this one totally worked.
Earlier in the evening at Ports 1961, we had mixed feelings about the collection—we loved the body conscious dresses in tweed, cable knit, and lace; weren’t so sure about the honking wooden accent pieces—and spent much of the time tallying all the crowns, both on the runway and in the crowd. We then patted ourselves on the back for being so very current.
We missed celeb guests Mandy Moore, Eliza Dushku, and everywhere-girl Sophia Bush, but did run into our friend Liz Wallace, editor-in-chief of Bloomingdale’s Little Brown Book, and author of the very funny mommy blog, superova. Which was better than a fourth sighting of the One Tree Hill star any day.
Later today: Badgley Mishka, Marc by Marc, Rodarte, and Diesel (if we feel like it), so check back.