Fashion Sense: NYFW Recap

Stunning, brilliant and magical. Three words to describe New York Fashion Week 2017. Featured designers put blood, sweat and tears (maybe literally) into their productions and they could not have been more extravagent. From the launch of Gemy Maalouf’s collection to Vivienne Tam, Vivienne Hu, Leanne Marshall & Nicole Miller, we witnessed true talent first hand and learned of trends arriving in Fall 2017. We have to admit, we can NOT wait!

Vivienne Hu 
This collection captured more of the “Nonchalant Tomboy” trend vibing throughout fashion week. Our favorite looks include a clean, minimalist line and we sure can’t forget about the layers! Lots and lots of layers; pure brilliance.

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Nicole Miller
The designer channeled her inner NYC grunge for this collection and we loved it! Skulls, leather and chains were frequently seen on the runway with dark eye makeup and a bright red lip. Again, we can’t forget about those layering pieces!

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Vivienne Tam
While Nicole Miller channeled her inner NYC grunge, Vivienne went with a Hong Kong nightlife scene for her inspiration. The vibe of the show was everything, upbeat and fierce with a feministic touch. From bold patterns to bombers and sequence, the collection captured every bit of the urban culture. Check out those prints!

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Gemy Maalouf
This collection screams romance! Gemy mastered the evening gown aesthetic for her fashion week launch party. Structured tailored peices, lace detail and ruffles made up this perfectly elegant group. Did we mention it was at the Bowery Hotel?

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Leanne Marshall
Leanne Marshall gave her collection the feminist touch with monochromatic looks, varying necklines, soft silk and textured lace. The models sported neutral makeup, updos, red lips and a gorgeous statemenet earring.

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10 Things We’re Loving in February

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From the opening of Adorn Goods in Centreville to New York Fashion Week, here are 10 Things We’re Loving in February:

1. This Friday, February 3rd – Saturday, February 4th is the Guilty Girls Warehouse Sale at the University of Delaware. Shop up to 80% off styles from your favorite local boutiques like Houppette, Ellie Boutique, and more!

2. We may not be too excited about who’s playing in the Super Bowl this Sunday, February 5th, but we’re looking forward to commercials and of course the halftime show with Lady Gaga.

3. Treat your loved one this Valentine’s Day with a gorgeous flower arrangement and a complete chef-prepared meal from Janssen’s Market. Call (302) 654-9941to place your order.

4. New York Fashion Week starts Thursday, February 9th and we’re thrilled to attending  a few shows like Nicole Miller and Vivienne Hu. Be sure to follow us @socialstylate to see all the beautiful designs and street style!

5. On Friday, February 10th “find your perfect patch” at No. 109 Shop where you can elevate your denim with monogrammed or embroidered patches. Bring your own jeans or buy some for 25% off! (Shop fun and stylish patches in store.)

6. One of our newest clients, Adorn Goods officially opens it’s doors in Centerville on Monday, February 13th. The shop features beautiful tablewares, gifts, home accessories and more!

7. Spend the afternoon on Saturday, February 25th at the 5th Annual Kennett Winterfest featuring 50 unique craft breweries, live music, and a food truck!

8. Not sure what to get your guy for Valentine’s Day? Check out what’s new and what’s on sale at Wilmington Country Store. We love the belts and wallets that remind us summer!

9. Have you seen the new arrivals of beauty and fashion in-stores yet? At Houppette in Greenvile, we’re loving the new bright colors of Laura Mercier’s Joie De Vivre. The go perfectly with the freshness of Resort styles at Ellie Boutique.

10. Who do you think will sweep the Oscar’s this year? We can’t wait to find out on Sunday, February 26th when Jimmy Kimmel hosts the Academy Awards.

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The 2017 Golden Globes: Fashion Talk

The most exciting party of the year was once again a success! From Sarah Jessica Parker and Emma Stone to Reese Witherspoon, the red carpet was brimming with high-end fashion.  We saw a-line skirts, extended v-necks and an array of color that set the fashion bar high for the rest of 2017. We LOVED our stunning client, Lilliana Vazquez in her Hayley Paige dress that had us all in awe. Also, take a peak at which celebrities won a vote from the Social Stylate gals as best dressed.

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“Gina Rodriguez’ Golden Globes outfit is a beautiful blend of flashy and classy, very reminiscent of 1920’s Hollywood & the era of flappers. The silver color of the dress perfectly compliments her skin and to top it all off- her simple hair style and silver dangle earrings look absolutely elegant.” – Rachel

Thandie Newton
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“Thandie Newton’s dress was a stunning mix of simple and bold and the necklace draped down the back of the dress was the perfect touch.”- Jordan

Rachel Evan Wood
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“Rachel Evan Wood’s looked cool, fresh, and like a total badass.” – Sydney

Mandy Moore
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“Mandy Moore’s look was chic from head to toe. It was simple yet bold with minimal jewelry and a deep v neckline. She looked completely radiant.” – Colleen

Kristen Bell
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“Kristen Bell has been a best dressed pick two years in a row! We loved the drama of the plunging neckline and her hair and makeup were perfection.”- Kelly

Naomie Harris
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“Glitzy gowns were a big theme at last night’s show, but we found ourselves thinking they were all gaudy or uninteresting…except for Naomie Harris. She looked sexy and sophisticated. We love the plunging neckline and the pale gold shade…and those statement earrings were killer.” – Lauren

Michelle Williams
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“We imagine a lot of people hated Michelle’s look, but we love how she constantly makes unique choices. The lace off-the-shoulder dress and tied choker isn’t an ensemble that just anyone could pull off, but she nailed it. The combination paired perfectly with her pixie cut, minimum makeup, and porcelain skin.” – Lauren

Reese Witherspoon
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“Resse’s look is simple and elegant for the red carpet. The color made her stand out from the rest of the crowd and showed her beautiful curves. The necklace couldn’t have been a better fit with the strapless, deep-v cut of the dress. Not to mention, she rocked the leg slit!” – Aly

Lilliana Vazquez
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Our client, Lilliana Vazquez looked absolutely stunning in her Hayley Paige dress for the live preshow on NBC. We are obsessed with the detail and color on her. Lilliana covered all of her favorite fashion moments, best dressed picks and top trends that were featured on the red carpet this year. Check them out below!

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The Social Scoop

The Social Scoop

Welcome to The Social Scoop, a series that shares what’s happening in the marketing world each week. Here’s the latest social media marketing news…

A Year in Review
Facebook’s latest feature shares a personalized video on your news feed of all the meaningful moments of 2016.

Millenials and Social Media 
We all know the millenial generation is always glued to their smart phones and Ipads. Check out these 3 ways why it is evident that social media is changing how millenials consume news.

Youtube Ads
Now that we are gearing up for the new year it is time to reflect back on 2016. Youtube reveals the top videos, music videos, and ads from this year.

No Change For Twitter
Twitter briefly changed the way users can reply using the @ symbol and users went crazy. Twitter claims it was an experiement and they are listening to the users compalints.

Just For Fun
Check out the top 12 worst social media fails that have happened in 2016.

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