Josie Natori RTW Fall 14 Fashion Show

Not snow, not rain, not freezing rain, not 8 inch deep puddles of slush could keep people away from attending the Josie Natori RTW Fall 2014 show! Despite being smack dab in the middle of a snow storm (thank you, Mother Nature), the show went on. And what a great success it was! Such luxurious glamour, warmth, attitude, and chicness. I can’t wait to get a hand on these items! Congratulations, MIL! Here are some photos from the show.

UPDATE:  Mom made the cover of WWD!  Unbelievable.  Click here to see the review and see the COVER below!:

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Invitation

Invitation. (Hi Babushka)

The collection for Fall/Winter 2014 was based on a new perspective on the romantic idea of Russia, with the transcendence of timeless folkloric themes into a modern identity.  Signature Natori elements, such as highly textural fabrics, tonal separates, and rich embellishments dominated the looks.

The big, beautiful, open space. PERFECT location.

The big, beautiful, open space. PERFECT location.

My view. Apparently, I am not a VIP at the Natori fashion show (1st world problems), and so I was seated in the back. But I did get to stare at a beautiful BOLD babe with Blue hair.

My view. Apparently, I am not a VIP at the Natori fashion show (1st world problems), and so I was seated in the back. But I did get to stare at a beautiful BOLD babe with Blue hair.

My stylish and ever so lovely friend, Karyn.

My stylish and ever so lovely friend, Karyn.

Another hawt babe friend, Scarlett.

Another hawt babe friend, Scarlett.

Husband Ken beforehand chatting with friend, Jane. It was that type of day in NYC -- FUR hat prime time!

Husband Ken beforehand chatting with friend, Jane. It was that type of day in NYC — FUR hat prime time!

The scene. And yes, ladies, that is the ever-so-famous (and ever-so-beautiful) Linda Fargo dead center.

The scene. And yes, ladies, that is the ever-so-famous (and ever-so-beautiful) Linda Fargo and her perfectly silver, perfectly coiffed bob.

First walk

First walk.

The back.

The back.

Intricate cut outs.

Intricate cut outs.

Quote from mom: “The traditional forms and ornate embellishments found in Russia’s rich culture were particularly influential to me this season.  I love to reinterpret ancient motifs for the modern woman and share with her my love of everyday opulence.”

Snood! One of my favorite pieces!

Snood! One of my favorite pieces and overall ensembles!

Beautiful V

Beautiful V-neck dress.

Finale.

Finale. (@FashionWeekNYC)

LOVE these looks.

LOVE these looks. (@FashionWeekNYC)

Bright red.

Bright Russian Red. (@FashionWeekNYC)

Overall looks (from a distance)

Overall looks (from a distance)

More.

Smallest teeniest lady in biggest largest room! Congratulations, Mom! So beautiful!

Smallest teeniest lady in biggest largest room! Congratulations, Mom! So beautiful!

Post interviews!

Post interviews!

And thanks to style.com, here are good pics of my favorite 3 looks:

Boho, mixed texture, clean.

Boho, mixed texture, clean. (Style.com)

TIE DYE!

TIE DYE! (Style.com)

Folklore!

Folklore! (Style.com)

To see all the photos of the show, go here. And shop the looks! Go to www.natori.com for more fashion.  And congrats on being on the cover of WWD!

Anika Yael Natori, aka, The Josie Girl

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10 Comments

  1. Congrats to Natori! Amazing to be on the cover. I want to be invited next time.. Thanks!!

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