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WHAT SHE WORE DURING NEW YORK FASHION WEEK – FEBRUARY 2019

What She Wore During New York Fashion Week – Day Seven + One

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Wassup wassup??! Me and Thee Billy Porter twinning in matching blouses! I dared him to take a pic with me. Only because I knew he would. At the MICHAEL KORS show, it was a disco kinda morning. Almost overwhelming at times. I caught glimpses of classic Kors here and there but way too often there were too many patterns and pieces all at once. The front row was lit, as always, with Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones, Kerry Washington, Priyanka, Olivia Wilde, Regina King and Billy Porter squeezed in with Kate Hudson and the regulars. Barry Manilow and Patti Hansen closed it out with a sing-along. And that’s when I bounced. BOSS gave us super clean, minimalist lines. A mature palette and bold patterns, especially for men. Wider pant legs, too. Happy to see that. I never cared for tight trousers on guys. There was lots of big drama at the Park Avenue Armory with MARC JACOBS. A scaled down audience and fewer pieces. Beautifully constructed, his full, wide dresses and coats sported crinolines underneath. The best I’ve seen from Marc in a while. Tracee Ellis Ross, Kerry W. and Rita Ora were on the front row. Sofia Coppola too. And seeing Christy Turlington was a treat. It’s been a few minutes since she’s graced a runway. So. That’s it, dolls. Another Fashion Week—done! It’s back to the grind cuz the hustle to keep WINONA, INC. on top never stops. SMOOCHES!

Winona is wearing MATICEVSKI                                                                   Handbag is by BOYY

What She Wore During New York Fashion Week – Day Seven

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Tuesday was another cold, wet one but GABRIELA HEARST‘s show gave us warmth with comfy pieces in luscious knits and cozy cashmere. She’s an eco-nerd, all about the re-purposing, and post-show I grabbed a few of the cashmere seat pillows, made from leftover fabric, she offered as takeaways. CHRISTIAN COWAN’s theatrical makeup was a hint of what was in store for us on his runway. Showgirl feathers and sequins on sweats, his brand was built on dressing performers. Hard to move away from.  But you can try. COACH, down on Wall St., was coed but with pants, dress, skirt, vest, coat, scarf, all on one model, there was so much to see, you end up not seeing anything at all. But Michael B. Jordan is a cutie. I saw him just fine. CYNTHIA ROWLEY hasn’t done a runway show in a minute. Gathered around the pool at the London Terrace in Chelsea, there were florals and fruit patterns and flowy frocks with a 60’s springtime vibe. Totally out of season.  OSCAR DE LA RENTA. What can you say? Great, classic pieces, beautiful fabrics, elegance, sophistication, what’s not to love? Some of the evening wear seemed rehashed from decades past but all in all, a strong show. Paris Hilton took about a million shots but the wet ring around her shoes ruined every single one. That would’ve never happened just a few years ago. You lose your place real fast in this town. Day Seven + One…

Winona is wearing GARETH PUGH

What She Wore During New York Fashion Week – Day Six

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The OLSEN twins in Tribeca at 9am challenged me Monday morning. But it was worth it. Jackets and coats, nipped in at the waist were like butta, baby. So far, the finest craftsmanship I’ve seen on the runway this season. I shit you not. And the coffee? Super-delish as always. At the CAROLINE HERRERA show, she sat front row again, dressed in a lovely suit, representing what her line used to be. On the catwalk? The look was looser, less constructed, but still Herrera. LELA ROSE’s doggy presentation was cute, tying in with the big dog show going on down at the Garden. But let’s focus on the fashion, shall we? Pretty dresses and suits, it’s ladies-who-don’t-mind-being-ladies wear. Now. I’m not big on the new “presentation” style of fashion show. But ALICE + OLIVIA’s Stacey Bendet really outdid herself! The scenes she created were fantastic and the fashions bold and sexy. Gotta give it to her. PROENZA SCHOULER at the new Hudson Yards tower served up big, strong looks for big, strong girls. Smart trenches, leather and moleskin, it was a solid comeback from last seasons’ denim trainwreck. And at ANNA SUI, there were wacky wigs, electric colors and brocade trimmed in ostrich feathers, taking a 60’s cue, but less Goldie Hawn and more Phyllis Diller. Google her. You’ll get it. It was a riot! Someone should’ve called the police. Day Seven…

Winona is wearing DURO OLOWU                                   Hat by LISAMCFADDENMILLINERY

What She Wore During New York Fashion Week – Day Five

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Sunday morning, I bumped into Priyanka down in Soho. Marriage seems to agree with her. Could she be more stunning?  On the catwalk, ROMEO HUNTE’s show left me cold. Even with so many male torsos on display. Three of which belong to me. All of my models are booked this week. Every single one.  TORY BURCH was at Pier 17 with Zoe Saldana, Naomi Watts, and Mindy Kaling on the front row. A whole lotta busy-ness. Florals and plaids and little knit jackets and a funky boot that tied absolutely none of it together. DION LEE on the other hand served up some interesting corset work.  His coats and transparent wrappers were très très chic. A soft color palette with lots of black and white. PRABAL GURUNG’s coed show was comic-book colorful with lots of hot pinks and turquoise. Blacks and whites too. Patterns. Plaids. Houndstooth. Like going to a circus. Just not in a good way. And LAQUAN SMITH’s evolution continues. Maybe it’s the inclusion of menswear? Still hyper-sexy, he’s introducing plaids and moving into semi-serious daywear for women now. I think I like it. Day Six…

Winona is wearing RIANNA + NINA

What She Wore During New York Fashion Week – Day Four

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Day Four started with ADEAM’s presentation at Spring Studios. Not a whole lot stood out for me there. A long denim wrap skirt. Coats with the extra-extra-wide lapels. After that it’s all a blur. CHRISTIAN SIRIANO at Rockerfeller Center was hit and miss, too. More misses than hits. But the diversity on so many runways this season has everything to do with him so he gets a pass. This season. I hauled ass across town for JONATHAN SIMKHAI show at Industria studio. His presentation of lace, denim and long satiny slip dresses over soft, plaid trousers was an interesting combo. And Mr. BRANDON MAXWELL. He’s got his mind right after last season’s west Texas hoedown show. The presentation at Penn Station was clean, chic, sophisticated and sexy, in grown-folk colors. Sometimes you CAN’T go home again, Brandon! JOHN ELLIOTT’s show at the Brooklyn Navy Yard was my first off the Rock this season. Collabs are great, but he’s hooked up with Caterpiller construction and utility-worker chic was the theme. There’s a market. Sure. I just never thought I’d see it on the runway during Fashion Week. Day Five…

Winona is wearing BALMAIN                                                     Handbag by Marc Jacobs