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Photos by Pete Navey
Boots Christian LouboutinJeans Zara, Coat Celine, Scarf unbranded, Hat vintage, Bag Fendi Sunglasses Ottica Mantovani and Gloves from Venice.
By the second day of my trip to New York Fashion Week the snow was starting to melt. It was beautiful weather. The sun was out but the snow was all around. A perfect winters day.
These pictures where taken outside the Jeremy Lang show down on the west side highway, on the piers. I sat front row next to Candice and had a good old catch up about her beautiful wedding!
The boots are a recent purchase that was so wonderfully useful during NYFW. I’m so glad I bought them. I saw them in leather in Bergdorf’s but not suede like these. They are beautiful either way.

 

Saturday, February 16, 2013

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  • Anna Black says:

    Lovely look, seems like you’re having fun in New York!! :)

    http://beblacknblue.blogspot.co.uk

  • One word to describe your look: stunning. I just love that coat and that hat!

    http://forcailini.blogspot.com

  • Adele says:

    Adore the swish of the fringe on your boots when you walk. I love how you’ve worn your hair with the hat – gorgeous!
    Have a wonderful week xoxo
    http://www.intotheblonde.com/

  • Ooooh this coat is so chic! I think you have a very keen sense of style and fashion: Your look is cool but elegant at the same time! Just amazing.
    Love
    Gretchen vonDüsterwald
    http://www.differentcolouredsocks.blogspot.com

  • g.ta says:

    loveeeee your outfit!! =`)

    xoxo,
    teru2xbozu.blogspot.com

  • Your so beautiful, I love the coat and your hair completes the outfit! Amazing.
    Fashion Ganache.
    http://fashionganache.blogspot.com

  • This is absolutely flawless. Stunning, stunning, stunning.

    Lauren x
    Gordon + Gold

  • I love this pop of colour you have going!
    and the hat, makes it so much more slick and chic!

    x

    http://www.devious-studios.blogspot.com

  • it looks interesting .. highly mismatched everything you wear.