MeThe dream of many fashionistas is to grab a spot at the table (or along the catwalk) at New York Fashion Week, the annual celebration of designers that just wrapped up. I am fascinated not only by the latest fashion, but also by what fashion experts and influencers are wearing.
With that in mind let’s take a look at this interesting branch trend and Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.
A colorful collection of influencers, tastemakers and curators from the fields of fashion, politics and entertainment attended the inaugural Vogue Vanguard breakfast set during Fashion Week. And oh, the different looks they wore. From marabou feathers to leather, sweatshirts to floral frocks.
The decadent Marie Antoinette-inspired breakfast was created by Four Seasons chefs across the country and served as the kickoff event for a series of Vogue World events celebrating the magazine’s remarkable 130-year history.
Co-hosted by Jessica Rose trend Senior Manager Experience, and Casey Fremont, Executive Director of the Art Production Fund.of trend The team included Schanel Bakkouche, fashion editor and stylist for an international publication, and Conçetta Ciarlo, event manager.
A private room at the Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown was adorned with flower-filled greenery and one long table artistically filled with beautiful sweets and delicious treats. The menu included croquembouche, petit gateaus, fruit tarts, linzer cookies, layered cakes, savory tartlets, cupcakes, scones and an assortment of chocolates.
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Among the 35 influential crowds are Canadian fashion model Coco Rocha, TooD founder Shari Siadat, Alice Collective founder Doria Murphy, fashion stylist Sophia Calvera, and Ceremonia founder and CEO Baba Rivera. , blogger and clinical psychologist Christy Ferrari, actress Kat Graham, and designer Tanya Taylor. , model Amy Juliette Le Fevre, and lingerie model and beauty influencer Louisa Warwick.