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Crossover Event: Capture The Streets x The Excessories Expert

I recently had the great opportunity to work with The Excessories Expert. She is a beautiful woman with an incredible personal style. Here are a few images from the shoot. Keep tuned for more shoots with this excessive beauty…

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White Hot Summer

Now that summer is officially over, its time to reflect on the season’s hottest trends. White is a hard color to keep clean, especially in the summer heat, but when you can it looks angelic. The light color is perfect for staying cool in the hot sun and creates a pristine looking outfit. Here are some of the best all-white ensembles from the past few months.

This long blazer is a great item, especially when paired with a pair of white shorts. It has a professional, yet fashionable look.

 

This belted, button front dress is fun and airy. The multicolored platforms on her white sandals are a great accent to the all white ensemble.

This loose fitting blouse is easy to wear, and looks good especially when paired with the white denim cut off shorts.

 

 

The white Midi Dress with a tiered skirt is perfect for Summer. The white sunhat carries the white to the top and the blue, floral shawl tied around her shoulders adds a great pop of color.

 

Capture The Streets Founder On WWD.com

I was asked to walk in the Erickson Beamon RTW SS13 show at The Box at Lincoln Center this Fashion Week. WWD published a wonderful slideshow of the presentation.

http://www.wwd.com/runway/spring-ready-to-wear-2013/review/erickson-beamon

A Pop For A Professional

This young professional walks through Fifth Avenue with a purpose. The neutral colors that populate this outfit help her to blend in to the Midtown workplace, but its subtleties help set her apart. The nude tank is embellished by a pleated neckline. The navy skirt goes perfectly with the top, while its neon hem at the bottom pops with a fashionable accent. The black Tory Burch bag is a very popular accessory, while her nude ballet flats keep her comfortable and keep with the neutral color scheme.

Colorblocking With DVF

Diane Von Furstenberg has taken the colorblocking trend of the past seasons and incorporated it into her iconic line of dresses. The Aina dress is perfect for the fashion forward business woman. Its solid black body ends mid-thigh, long enough to be professional, short enough to be flirty. The grey stripe across the bust line is a buffer between the strong black and bold fuchsia shoulders and long sleeves. This young woman pairs this dress with a Louis Vuitton Bowler bag. The white color helps the bag stand out from the dress without taking away from the pop of the fuchsia.

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Backed Up Against A Brick Wall

This young lady has a very tough, yet feminine exterior. Her baggy jeans, adorned with holes and worn denim are rolled up just above the calf. Bloused over their waistband is a black cutoff tee, with a tribal print on the front. These two pieces alone would be enough to look intimidating, but she knows how to turn them into a stylish ensemble. Adding gold jewelry including a nameplate necklace and gold watch, as well as platform shoes, helps turn this bruiser into a style icon. The haircut tops off the look, walking the fine line between street punk and high fashion.

Polka Dots With A Bow On Top

This young woman sports a stylish and youthful look. Her navy blue dress scattered with small white polka dots, has a flowing tiered skirt. The bodice is covered by a short sleeve denim top knotted at the waist. her polka dotted umbrella works really well with her dress, and the barbie bag and bow adorned headband keeps with the fun and youthful feeling of the outfit.

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