I know New York Fashion Week may seem like months ago but for us it’s still running through our veins as we recap on all that went down.
We were SO fortunate enough to have been invited this year, unfortunately Alexis’ was off doing wedding stuff so she couldn’t make it so I had to take one for the team and represent Fateful Fashion in the Big Apple.
When we started this blog, we had no idea where it would lead us. Sure we had goals and we continue to set them but if someone would have said to me 3 years ago that you would be attending the Australian Showcase at New York Fashion Week, I would have responded with a ‘yeah right’.
Well on September 10 2015, one of my biggest dreams came true, and as I got out of the cliché yellow cab at Pier 59 Studio’s a rush of emotions ran through me that almost brought me to tears.
I was living my dream, how lucky am I!!!
Being in New York alone is everything a girl obsessed with fashion lusts over but to be there when Fashion Week commenced, is an experience I will never forget.
As the lights dimmed, I had my camera ready, Kygo started up and out came the Australian pride.
With brands such as Belluccio, Viktoria Novak, Catherine R Couture, Deborah Selleck Couture, Luom.o, Mae’ Sunday, Nadz & Sabs and When Freddie Met Lilly, Bec & Bridge, Emma Mulholland X Mambo, Sabo Luxe, Duskii Active, Hunt & Heart, Antonella Ianni, Eder+Berk, Emu Designs, Laguna Sydney, Mauricio Alpizar, Tatiana Light and fellow Adelaide girl Simmone Standing
I felt like a very proud Australian at that moment and I went a little snap happy trying to capture all my favourite garments (which was a lot of them).
We made a pact from the start with New York in our headlights and all we have to say is to the City that never sleeps, no place in the world can compare and New York, we’ll be back.
I apologize we have been a little dormant lately, it’s been a bit of a crazy time travelling around America (can’t complain) but we have a tonne of content coming your way so make sure you’re following us, so you don’t miss out on fashion and fashion and well, more fashion.