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Back to NYFW. This morning I got dolled up with TresseNoire. Talk about professional! The team came to my apartment and really transformed me for NYFW. I felt completely perfect. Thank you TreeseNoire for taking the time to take care of me during NYFW. I can’t wait to tell you all the details of my experience with TresseNoire in a blog post next week.
JT Limousine picked me up and took me to my shows today. Clean Car. Shiny. It felt brand new. I went to my favorite show of the season… with my favorite fashion friend TuxedoSergio… Naeem Khan. The. Show. Was. Amazing. The colors, the accessories and the inspiration we all aligned. It was a show to see. Because I actually make my clothes, it is a joy to see other designer’s work. I appreciate the technicality of the design and each… and every… seam.
Okay. So what did I wear today… I changed like 3 times. HA!I loved the outfit I made for the Naeem Khan show. It looked stellar with my TresseNoire look. I also wore a beautiful palm printed look. Hint Hint, it was by Castlefield. Ha! Check out their entire collection here. Head to my Instagram to see what I wore to attend the shows today. Now I changed into something else I little more fancy for dinner with Sergio.
With that being said I am heading to my next show. In the meantime please follow all of my NYFW partners and book your next hair appointment and you next luxury car ride in NYC while wearing a gorgeous dress from Castlefield.:
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Day 2 at NYFW is almost history.