New York Fashion Week has officially begun.

Read my reviews, discover what I think, I know you need something to read: easy and fast ‘cause you’re a busy girl.

Let’s start!

Brock Collection: in two words, taffeta and ruffles. Ladylike and sweet, you’re the most romantic girl out there. A mix between a young Victorian rosy-cheeks woman and your inner Fifties housewife. Bustiers and midi lengths, plus a bunch of tiny stripes. I’m not a romantic girl but I like it. Next stop? Becoming an elegant and feminine woman. Could I do this?

Rachel Comey: a sort of ungendered and real runway. You can easily imagine real people wearing this clothes in real life. Trust me, you need to take a look, this collection is full of wearable ideas, a great mix of colors, textures and materials. Here you can find real #inspo for every occasion: work, party, cocktail.

Adam Selman: simplicity is the key. Adam Selman played with some “simple” lines spicing up the game with textures and soft colors: ballet pink, “denim” hues, crochet (wrapping yourself in your grandma’s blanket has never been so cool), iridescent materials, pleats and ruffles. Femininity and athleisure.

Ulla Johnson: it seems romanticism is going to be a huge trend next year. One word to describe Ulla’s runway? Ruffles. Bohemian-gauchos girls walked the runway in peachy tones. My fave pieces? The white crochet dress and the “earthy” suit. Hands up for wide leg pants!

Marissa Webb: the designer opted for soft pastels colors, vichy, leather, army green, high waisted pants and skirts enhanced by belts, lace up sandals. She said this is a collection for the “modern New York woman”. Powerful and feminine. I clearly see 2000-s vibe.