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One of the many beautiful things I find about New York City is the endless amount of jaw dropping architecture.  NYC, next to Paris is one of the most photogenic cities there is. The cobble stone streets and Art Deco details make for some pretty insane sight seeing and of course, photos.

Day three of NYFW was fully loaded.  Starting off with one of my favorite show’s of the season, Tory Burch. The collection was inspired by the great artists past like Picasso and Gilot which was conveyed through the use of rich textiles like heavy woven knits and raffia. The collection felt a bit tribal while also remaining very true to the Tory aesthetic; 60’s shifts, tailored trousers and chinky knits – the classics. 

Her show is always one of my favorites, not only because it is Tory, but because of the venue. The Show is held in Lincoln Center but not in the tents where the majority of the shows at Lincoln Center take place. The setting for Tory’s show takes place inside a huge floor to ceiling windowed room overlooking the plaza and all of NYC. The models almost bounced to the beat of the music and you can’t help but bounce along with them as the photographers lenses snapped away.  It’s a pretty magical setting.

On another note, we’ve made it to London Town!  My first time! This city is so charming and the people are so kind!

Photos by Fred Cipoletti[thefeedproducts style=’four’]