From what I've seen in pre-fall and couture, I'm exited to see what some designers have in store for this season. And for others, well I just hope they saved their best work for RTW and their pre-fall was a rough draft.
This will also be the last fashion week held at Lincoln Center, which will be a little sad to see let go because they've been a home for fashion professionals and wannabe-one-day fashion professionals alike for so long.
Fashion weeks for me are always a bit bittersweet because, although I love seeing the fashion both on the runways and the streets, I always feel like I'm missing out on something, especially because New York is so close to where I live. It's extremely frustrating having to go to school when all this creativity and newness is going on. In September, I was lucky enough to go to Lincoln Center for an evening and just experience the creativity in the air, as well as meet a few people, (still thanking my mom) and I hope I'm lucky enough to go again (hint to mom.)
The scene during September. I expect it will be a similar sight later this week into next week, maybe a bit more bundled up. I'm curious to see how the cold will effect them - some of these people seemed pretty determined to be fashionable, and wouldn't have anything, not even frostbite, stand in their way.