February 20, 2015 Crystal Phuong 2 Comments

New York Fashion Week was just over, but everyone is still talking about it. I was not able to attend NYFW this time, but my partners (Gustavo and Ashley) were to there to capture the best moments of fashion week on the runway. I was so grateful to receive many invitations from some beloved brands. I didn't have to apply for a press credential like the first time. Gustavo- my photographer and partner, ran around in snowy New York city, to attend 18 shows in total. That's a crazy amount of fashion shows in just a few days. 

There were many amazing shows this year. I'll try to cover as many as I can on this blog, so please do come back and check them out. The first show, that we are so excited to share with you during fashion week, is none other than BCBGMaxazria Fall 2015. 

I've been a huge fan of BCBGMaxazria for a long time. She keeps getting better and better in every collection and every season. This February, Lubov Azria amazed the audience, once again, with her "feast of textures" collection with lots of rich colors, incredible details, and amazing workmanship. It was a party of striking outerwear, fluffy fur sleeves and pockets, vibrant color-blocks, geometric designs, and intricate embroidery and patchworks. All of these were influenced and inspired by beautiful artistry in Lubov's recent trip with her husband to Barcelona and the northern Baltic countries.

It is such a fun, feminine, and versatile collection. At the same time, it doesn't lose the California bohemian vibe that the designer always loves. It was eye-catching and so BCBG! 

Below are some of the looks that I fell completely head over heel in love with. Which is your favorite?

Thank you so much for reading!

Photos by: Gustavo Villar 


  1. Sharon Pate9:37 AM

    I love this collection so much. I too have been an ardent fan of BCBG for several years; however, I did not like their last collection. I am so happy to be able to get on board again with their designs. Thanks for sharing the images.

  2. You are most welcome Sharon! Thank you for reading :)