Well Day two was off to a wonderful start when I received the news that I would be attending Jeremy Scott’s show later that night. I couldn’t wait to show off this bold red blazer styled with combat boots, a graphic tee and cut off shorts. This was a look I had been planning in my head for a few days and was so thrilled with how it came together. Kinda punk and also chic. A long oversized blazer that was fitting to wear with beautiful wide leg pants or even over a dress was paired in a grungy way. I love it. A graphic tee is alway a yes for me especially when it has a band on it or a cartoon character. I threw on these Saint Laurent boots that I adore and bag to complete the look below.
Now let’s chat about the day. Show highlights included Concept Korea (I always look forward to what’s in store at this show) with neons and floral prints that I couldn’t peel my eyes away from, Vaishali brought neutrals and earthy vibes our way for Spring and a fun meeting with the girls over a Bauble Bar in between shows. I love stopping by the office any time I’m in the city! BUT WAIT …how could I forget to highlight…Jeremy Scott’s show. Well, it was beyond. Not only am I a huge fan and have been to his show in past seasons, but Friday night was his 20th anniversary show! Slouchy cargo pants, sequins, camo, a crystal biker jacket, thigh high snake skin boots, neons and more strutted down the runway. Oh and some models you may recognize? Gigi Hadid, Karlie Kloss and Coco Rocha to name a few. What a night. We ended our evening on such a high. I couldn’t wait to get to dinner that night to reflect on the day. We went to one of my favorite spots in SF (there is a location in NYC as well), Mission Chinese. I loved that the menu had similarities but at the same time was completely different. We had such a wonderful time ending the day here. I highly recommend trying this restaurant out. Stay tuned for the rest of my fashion week diaries from the Spring 2018 season coming soon!