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NYFW Day 2: Bold and Brave

My look for Day 2 of NYFW19 was all about bold and vibrant colors popping out smack in the middle of the busy streets of New York. I’m loving my Stand faux fur coat from LUISAVIAROMA even more here for keeping me all warm and cozy; it was a chilly 7 degrees that day! To top off my look, I wore a silver metallic cross body bag from Calvin Klein for a dramatic contrast to the colors I’m wearing.

I represented TRESemmé Philippines for #tresnyfw and braved a brand new look that day! I went over to the TRESemmé salon and tried a sleek side-swept look for a change, and up until now I’m still so obsessed with it! It’s something that I’ve never tried before, but ended up loving so much.
Also, credits to the global TRESemmé team for these gorgeous photos!

(hair: TRESemmé, bag: Calvin Klein, coat: Stand from LUISAVIAROMA)

For other happs that day, I went to the Kate Spade Fall 2019 Show and fell in love with the collection! Here are some of my favorite looks from the show:

Kate Spade’s FW19 collection was a mix of different textures and patterns, rich and vibrant colors, and fluid and flowy fabrics for soft and sophisticated glamour.

Some of the elements I especially loved here were: mixed animal prints and two bags worn at once!

This has got to be my overall favorite look. I loved how the lilac neutralized the whole outfit and how the turbans gave a seamless look to the whole collection. Kudos to a dazzling show, SSI and Kate Spade!

I’ve been having such a great time so far and I can’t wait to share more about my time here at NYFW19 with you guys! Stay tuned! x

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