Feathers “New York” Dress / Vintage Accessories / Zara flats
Photos by Chian Kee
After admiring the serene runway looks from New York designer Yeohlee‘s Spring Runway 14 show and chatting with her intellectual crowd (think gallerists, museum curators, architects, artists), we captured some snaps at the Jones Wood Garden where the show was held, not long before we were banned from taking photos at this ‘private property’ actually… Yeohlee’s show was such a contrast to all the other NYFW shows: tranquillity and zen prevailed. It was without fanfare, no celebrities were in sight, and the garments spoke in volume. I cannot wait to show you the looks in the next post.
So what did I don to the show? The heat in NY was starting to cloud my sartorial choice, but luckily the bright apricot hue of this Feathers “New York” frock spoke to me from the corner of my wardrobe. It was a no brainer. I’m in New York, going to a New York designer’s show, in an iconic New York location. Sleek, minimal, and comfortable, it was the best choice for my 7 months pregnant belly. And the most priceless memory from the day? Since I forgot to bring my clothes steamer, Hubby improvised with a hairdryer to rid the creases from my dress as we hastily got ready for Yeohlee’s show. It worked a treat. And the best-husband-in-the-world just added another description to his title: personal presser.
[spoiler title=”中文版”]欣赏纽约设计师Yeohlee宁静的时装展览之后，我们趁着她的宾客们（画廊人物，博物馆策展人，建筑师，艺术家等等）在聊天时拍了这些照。不久，管理人员禁止拍照因为这花园是“私人财产”… Yeohlee的时装秀和其他纽约设计师的秀千差万别：她的既宁静又优雅。没有嘈杂的音乐，没有名人在场，每件服装精妙的展览就够了。我等不及要在接下来的文章中给你看她的时装。