Runway Review: Jerome 5:31, DVF, Monique Lhuillier & a bag of chips

Jerome 5:31

A young Bronx-born artist gives us an inside look into his latest high-end collection for New York Fashion Week S/S 2016. Known previously for his role in Kimora Lee Simmons' reality series, "Life In The Fab Lane", Jerome Lamaar expresses organic naturalist artistry combined with genuine urban flair. With his previous pieces being spotted on the street with celebrities such as Beyonce, Jerome now enters his 4th collection into New York Fashion Week. FILMED, EDITED & DIRECTED BY Kahleem Poole-Tejada STARRING Jerome Lamaar June Ambrose Jay Manuel MUSIC The Lab - Igor Dvorkin & Duncan Pittock Hood Gone Love It - Jay Rock GEAR Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera Metabones Speedbooster, EF to BMPCC Zeiss: Contax 28-70mm f3.5, ZE 21mm f2.8

Monique Lhuillier

Monique has a talent to never disappoint. Like, ever. Every season she gives us sugar, spice and everything nice in a compilation of fun-feminine color ways and flowerettes. Her twist is always fresh and whimsical with the right dose of sass. This time around she gave us an assortment of cocktail dresses fit for the belle of the ball. 

Diane Von Furstenberg

There is so classic like a DVF classic, it's embedded in every stitch. She sent girl power down the runway in the form of eclectic prints, gold accents and feminine-relaxed fits. From flowing maxi's to the oh-so loyal shirt dress. Every look is quite essential to say the least.  

Alice + Olivia

A + O holds the key every girl's fantasy wardrobe. This season, designer Stacy Bendel took it all the way to Egypt. #arrivederci


w/ love & fash,

C. Pimentel xxo

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