After coming back from New York Fashion Week, I had only two weeks in Singapore to catch up with work, unpack, and pack my luggage again for Vietnam's Next Top Model and Vietnam International Fashion Week. I came back to Singapore two days ago from Viet Nam and still haven't recovered from sleep deprivation over the past few weeks. As much as I was dying to update this blog on the go, I barely had time to reply to my emails. The only way that I could keep you posted was through my Instagram and Snapchat. I just joined Snapchat, please follow @crystal.phuong and chat with me there.
Now that all the fashion week madness is over, it's time for me to continue working on where I left off. Day 7 of New York Fashion Week, that's where it was.
We took these photos in the middle of Times Square early in the morning, just before I headed to Dennis Basso's fashion show. We walked a few blocks around Times Square, hoping to find a less-crowded spot. Every corner of Times Square is photo-worthy, but that also means it is almost impossible to find an empty space for our street style photo. As we were about to give up, we saw a small street with beautiful architecture. I quickly walked over while my photographer tried to take as many photos as possible.
The sunshine behind me turned out to be the best lighting effect. The fruity heels and lime green skirt added some refreshment to the crisp and airy morning. As usual, every cloud has a silver lining.
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Photos: Evelyn Lee
Rene Caovilla fruity sandals