Posted by on Sep 12, 2013 in Helen's Blog | 2 comments

Scene NY Fashion Week 8 - For Spring 2014

Photos, 2 top right: David Webber … All Other Photos: Helen Oppenheim

Last day covering NY Fashion Week.  Except for a blog on the hair to come!  Stay tuned … Top left to right:  Me with Peter Gray, lead hairstylist for Moroccanoil at the Badgley Mishka show. Love him.
And it shows!   Peter with his signature comb in his mouth as he applies Moroccanoil Root Boost Spray on his model (I’m there laughing my head off, at something or other!) …  Rachel Zoe, fashion designer, stylist and editor backstage at her show with model and  savvy social media blogger Coco Rocha, who has cut her hair short by hair stylist, Anh Co Tran for Allure Magazine … stunning red leather fingerless gloves with cut-outs, worn with different but harmonious designs on each nail – with a lot of taste and class by 14 year old Ariel, blogger/daughter of Carmen Tal, co-founder of Moroccanoil, which I can’t live without …  Center: Feathers (natural dyed Turkey quills) at Nicholas K ready for the Apache “warrior” models. (More on the Jon Reyman hair on website later.)   … Bottom row: Wrap boot at Nicholas K … Xander applying make up in shades of coral for Adam Cagle, Nars, backstage at the Douglas Hannant show … Johnny Wujek described his outfit as a “hodge podge” … instead of her usual sky-high heels, Nathalie Quedru, fab stylist at Warren-Tricomi’s Plaza Hotel Salon, wore these comfortable silver chic sneaks.

2 Comments

  1. Sep 15, 2013

    Thank you Helen, for sharing your photos. So fun for those of us that can’t be there in person.
    The street photos to see what real fashionistas are wearing are my favorite.

    • Sep 15, 2013

      Thank you, dear Sherri. Yes, I must do more street photos next season. I was doing them when i was so tired, after a show or two.

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