Daisy Lewellyn's Most Fab (and Freaky) Fashion Week Moments
The Blood Sweat and Heels star highlights all she saw at New York's annual extravaganza.
Daisy Lewellyn, the star of Blood, Sweat and Heels and the Queen of Effortless Chic, tackled New York Fashion Week like a pro. Here, she shares some of her favorite fabulous, freaky, and simply unforgettable moments of the annual extravaganza.
Bravolebrities Are the New Black
From NeNe Leakes strutting her stuff at the Heart Truth Red Dress show to catching up with Courtney Kerr (and her new chopped bob), the week was filled with Bravolebs and I loved it!
Fur Is Back
New York City has been fu-reeeezing cold this week. But the fashionable types always find a way to look la la lovely no matter the temp. Fur, both faux and real, was the choice pick on the menu to keep the busy buns on and off the runway warm. I loved Eva Chen, editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue, in her winter white Prabal Gurung statement cozy coat (shown above).
There Was a Streaker!
Call security—someone stole the Queen of Effortless Chic's crown! I couldn't believe it. We had a total OMG moment with a streaker! The Prabal Gurung models strutted their stuff only to have a man with a leopard thong, gold crown and a big grin run onto the runway. The best part about it: the Prabal team laughed it off and even had guests sport crowns at the Belvedere after party.
Mally Roncal Was an (Emotional) Inspiration
My favorite beauty guru and QVC star Mally Roncal inspired me to wear my emotions not on my sleeve—but on my face! For the Tracy Reese show, she created flawless looks to pair with five emotions (angry, stoic, melancholy, sad, and sultry). These are feelings that all of us girls can sometimes deal with daily. No matter how ya feel, you can still look gaw-jus darling!
Michael Costello Made Our Jaws Drop
Beyoncé wowed me in her creme confection designed by Michael Costello at the Grammys. And, boy, did his runway looks make our jaws drop all over again! Lily Ghalichi (from the Shahs of Sunset), Adrienne Bailon, Cynthia Bailey and more were there to show support to the designer I am calling the next Valentino.