There is no greater joy for us than attending shows, presentation and events for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in New York
. We love the opportunity to bring you the new trends while simultaneously escaping from the office for hours at a time. From Lincoln Center to Meatpacking, we traveled the city to see a variety of women and menswear pieces for the fall. To show that we were werking for you, we put together this slideshow diary of a few of the events we went to.
Via the lens of our phones, we captured where we were and what we did.
Bella Linea treated us to a light brunch and classically tailored fashion. Our favorite look was this Audry Hepburn-esque cocktails dress. Perfect bouffant on this model!
Flip through the next pages to see the other events we hit up!
Timo Weiland's show was perfectly grunge with a live band and hipster pieces.
Erin Barr had a beautiful show that night with feminine cuts and spotted prints.
Nina Skarra's show kept it clean with monotone sheath dresses in rich fabrics.
African American designer, Byron Lars showcased a magnificent collection using nylon, velvet, fur and other fabrics to create intricate pieces.
Austin, Texas based designer, Lilly Lorraine creates RTW pieces from hand constructed fabrics-- as well as bamboo!
For the day of love, the entire office was treated to Mia Dolcea Moscato and white roses. We know how to romance, roun' these parts.
Fresh-faced designer, Mathieu Mirano talked with reporters after his debut show at Lincoln Center.
Alice + Olivia had the cutest flats paired with cigarette slacks for their presentation at High Line Stages.
The men who attended Perry Ellis by Duckie Brown were better dressed than the models in the show. The eye-candy is impeccable every year.
LaQuan Smith introduced PVC and mammoth fur into his futuristic collection. While there were only a handful of pieces we'd actually wear, we can see celebs rocking a lot of these looks.