Fashion Week went by in such a blur that I didn’t even have time to run and check my mailbox. Had I done so, I would have realized that I received an invitation to one of the most opulent shows of the week, 3.1 Phillip Lim.
Complete with a performance by Lissy Trullie, the designer’s show featured an incredible range of rock and roll and mod looks in which he channeled vintage 1960’s London style. The collection looked as if its inspiration was drawn directly from The Beatles and Twiggy, with a laid-back cool aesthetic.
Models sporting vintage bob haircuts rocked the runway wearing cropped sleeved jackets paired with patchworked minidresses, ruffled and bow blouses and swingy leather skirts and leather shorts. Cocktail dresses were touched with a bohemian brush and separates were layered below chunky marabou and goat-hair coats. The 60’s themed show featured tons of vintage looks reworked for today’s woman.