Bea Rodriguez Suarez
A Recap of shows I attended on Days 2 and 3 of NYFW SS15:
Stella Nolasco - Elegant and sophisticated gowns with lots of texture, sheer lace, embroidery, and full bodied gowns that were both classic and modern at the same time. Beautiful details on both front and backs of the dresses including feathers, interesting cut-outs, and buttons slightly reminiscent of the Victorian era.
Basic pieces with the focus on intricate necklaces and creative accessories by Treasure Hur, and creative, geometric patterns and unconventional cuts by Bea Rodriguez Suarez at the Swimwear Collective.
William Opko featured a public-school girl look in the Old School Gym on Mulberry street, with some 60's influence. Colors were pastels, peaches, soft blues and pale greens, with some neon lime. Hair reminded me of Angelica's doll Cynthia from the Rugrats - but in a fun, braided, less finger-in-electric socket kind of way.
Yuna Yang - Ethereal and flowy, with retro influence, the models gracefully walked in the setting of the Alvin Ailey Dance studio as if they had belonged there all along. There were many all-white dresses, and well as pinks, purples, and beautiful blues. I really loved the feminine details in this collection. Though I may have also been a bit partial as I loved the familiarity of sitting in a dance studio.