NYFW AW15 Day 5

NYFW AW15 Ella Catliff

I wore: Ralph Lauren coat, vintage hat & Diesel Black Gold skirt, skirt, boots and bag.
Image by Lord Ashbury

After the essay length marathon post that was NYFW AW15 day 4, you may be pleased to learn that day 5 was comparativelyΒ chill. Very slightly lessΒ chill weather wise, but then you know you’ve been frozen when minus 10 and snow flurries feel positively balmy. In case you were wondering, I continued to bang on and on and on about the New York tundra situ throughout most of London Fashion Week and am subsequently lucky if I have even one friend left. Thank God Spring’s coming soon! Anyway, let’s talk about the shows. I decided to match my surroundings in the Ralph Lauren yeti coat I almost wept when I had to return and a Diesel Black Gold outfit that made me feel infinitely more badass than I actually am, which isn’t hard let’s be honest.

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NYFW AW15 Day 4

Ella Catliff NYFW AW15

I wore: Milly by Michelle Smith coat (available here), jumper (available here), skirt (available here) & bag (available here) with vintage hat and Mulberry boots
Image by Mario VillanuevasImage by Mario Villanueva

I awoke bright and early on NYFW AW15 day 4 and steeled myself for another day of seriously extreme cold. I promise I’ll try to stop ranting about the temperature soon but seriously, minus 16 degrees with wind chills of minus 20 is no joke! After finally managing to post my day 1 show diary and get my LFW schedule into some sort of order I layered up my neon tweed Milly by Michelle Smith ensemble and headed out. First port of call was Starbucks, obvs then I tackled the subway and headed uptown for the Tommy Hilfiger show.

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NYFW AW15 Day 3

Ella Catliff NYFW AW15

I wore: Fendi total look with Kirk Original sunglasses
Image by Mario Villanueva

Prepare yourselves for a whole lot of weather obsessing mes amies! And on this occasion, I feel it’s fully justified. NYFW AW15 day 3 was by all accounts the coldest day of the New York winter. In fact, of any New York winter in recent history. Everyone had been saying it would be all week but even the panicky weather reports blasting from the tv screens in every taxi I took (and I took a LOT of taxis) couldn’t have prepared me for it’s brutality. Back in September I enjoyed a leisurely stroll down Broadway to the Victoria Beckham show at Cipriani but no way in hell was that a possibility this time.

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