New York Trip_ Tommy Hilfiger SS’14 + Outfit

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Asistir al desfile de Tommy Hilfiger durante la MBFW New York, el pasado 9 de septiembre de 2013, fue una oportunidad única para ver el poder de convocatoria de algunas firmas: 900 invitados y medios de 90 países. Así pues, además de ver las divertidas propuestas #tommyspring14 para la próxima temporada primavera/verano ’14 en un impresionante escenario diseñado especialmente para la ocasión, pude fotografiar detalles de algunos de los asistentes: editoras, trendsetters, it girls, celebrities, modelos, etc. Titulada «Westcoasting«, Tommy Hilfiger, inspirado por el estilo de California y la Costa Oeste, presentó una colección repleta de color y detalles deportivos. En las imágenes, también se pueden observar, gracias a Ester (Mi Armario en Ruinas), algunas prendas como la camisa y el colgante de Zara, el pichi de Cheap Monday que compré en Holy Cuervo, la diadema de & Other Stories, el bolso «Mumu – Dina Maroon» de Lubochka y los botines «Darnius» color azul de Mus & Roew (pronto disponibles en Ivori). Durante mi viaje a Nueva York, pude visitar algunos de sus lugares más emblemáticos (Times Square, Central Park, Broadway, 5th Av, Soho, Chealsea Market, MoMA, Museo Guggenheim de Frank Lloyd Wright, uno de los maestros de la arquitectura del siglo XX, etc). No obstante, hubo dos lugares que me cautivaron especialmente: Williambsburg y Meatpacking.

Attend the Tommy Hilfiger fashion show during MBFW New York, last September 9, 2013, was a unique opportunity to see the convening power of some brands: 900 guests and media from 90 countries. Therefore, in addition to viewing the #tommyspring14 fun proposals for next spring/summer ’14 in a stunning setting designed especially for the occasion, I could photograph details of some of the attendees: editors, trendsetters, it girls, celebrities, models, etc. Entitled «Westcoasting«, Tommy Hilfiger, inspired by the style of California and the West Coast, presented a collection full of color and sporty details. In the images, you can also see, thanks to Ester (My Wardrobe in Ruins), some garments like the Zara shirt and necklace, the Cheap Monday dress I bought at Holy Cuervo, the & Other Stories headband, the «Mumu – Dina Maroon» bag of Lubochka and «Darnius» blue boots from Mus & Roew (soon available at Ivori). During my trip to New York, I visited some of its most emblematic sites (Times Square, Central Park, Broadway, 5th Av, Soho, Chealsea Market, MoMA, Guggenheim Museum designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, one of the XX century architecture masters, etc). However, there were two places that I especially liked: Williambsburg and Meatpacking.