By Jenaya M. Singleton
Kelly Cutrone‘s Peoples Revolution assembled an unexpectedly long presentation of three notable up-and-coming designers.
First up was Nicholas K who offered lots of wearable separates that were sporty and young with just a bit of edge. Slouchy shorts and great rain parkas trimmed in bright pinks and blues are what you can expect for Spring.
Star of The City, Whitney Port‘s Collection, Whitney Eve was surprisingly good. She completely embraced the female form and it was so refreshing to see an actual waistline on the runway. The collection brought a bit of the West Coast easiness to the tough streets of New York with pretty and versatile dresses.
Mara Hoffman embraced youth culture and presented a fun collection consisting of neutrals with burst of bright pinks and purples. There was lots of ruffles and lace and shine but nothing too excessively girly. One of the highlights for me was a boyfriend style blazer with a jewel encrusted lapel paired over sexy lace leggings. In the words of Rachel Zoe, “I DIED”!