Posted by on Sep 15, 2016 in Helen's Blog | 0 comments

Fab Fashionistas @ NYFW Spring – 2017

Photos and Collage by Helen Oppenheim

Seen on Scene 4. Fab Fashionistas photographed at the Skylight, Moynihan Station at New York Fashion Week for Spring 2017.  (Names for those missing here, or more information on the fashions can be added.)
Top Left To Right: Beautiful braiding by Tresemmé hairstylist on Jordan Ryan, a student from the University of Notre Dame who, in the next photo, wears a gorgeous off the shoulder lacey top in a muted raspberry, with phone cover to match … Zara black lace top with H&M pink/white tassel earrings on Mitsuho, who is Japanese … Unknown fashionistas, one in white, the other in a black swirly lacey dress … White and black unknown fashionistas wearing all the latest … The man in ruffled skirt and shirt with briefcase is Paris Warren, his outfit is Underwood, NY.
Middle Left To Right: It was a hot day and these supercool ribbon boots on an unknown were perfect … Adam Lee, an FIT student, wearing pink and blue hair he did himself (using Adore) … Sarah Melohn’s jewel-encrusted bag with fur by Fendi … Sarah and Marissa Melohn, Interior Designers (Interiors by Marissa, LLC) – Sarah, left, in a Viktor & Rolf white shirt … Sarah’s white and black heels below. Marissa Melohn is all in black and white with a bright blue Saint Laurent bag.  Her blouse, worn with a black choker, is Anne Fontaine, the skirt Proenza Schoouler, the shoes N21.  Marissa’s Fendi glasses below.
Bottom Left To Right: Unknown in magnificent flower jacket … Madonna/Gaultier-inspired black top with cut-outs at breasts … Michael Jager of Germany, now living in New York, wearing a Disney T-shirt from Tokyo … Wendy Zhou of NGBO Rainbow Int. luxury beauty packaging from China, wearing a long yellow dress … Far right – Sophie Becker, a Wesleyan student wearing a cool white dress with her brother’s gold boots. Larger photos of above are archived on this page HERE
Photos and Collage by Helen Oppenheim

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