Now, let's talk about that slit! I've worn slitted skirts before, but never quite like this one. It goes dangerously high above the thigh, and it's aligned with a zipper, therefore it conveniently can go as high or low as you wish. It's the perfect skirt for day to night wear, as you can lower the zipper for business meetings, then raise it higher for dinner with your friends for example.
An obvious stand-out accessory from this look were the sunglasses that I wore. I know you're dying to know who designed them! I got so many compliments on these, many assumed they were Dolce. Nope! They're gold Piyasombatkul sunnies under the Thai brand Moo Eyewear which you can order through Roxalne.com. These are the type of sunglasses that were made for New York Fashion Week. Big, unconventional, eccentric - Yonce sunglasses.
Speaking of accessories, my python clutch from Milago also stood out with its gorgeous red hue. The deep red fit well against a sea of white and nicely complimented the other gold/nude-colored details I wore (rings, watch, sunglasses. heels).
LEATHER SET: Gina Devi Atelier SUNGLASSES: Moo Eyewear via Roxalne.com CLUTCH: Milago HEELS: Steve Madden WATCH: Marc Jacobs
That day we attended the Zang Toi fashion show, which took place at Lincoln Center! Zang Toi is a Malaysian-born, New York based designer who's known for his bold aesthetic. Honestly speaking, I was thoroughly pleased with the show and his designs. Zang Toi celebrated 25 years in the business with a dramatic Spring/Summer 2015 show entitled "A Privelaged Life: The American Dream." The American-themed collection wa filled with red pantsuits, white sport coats and regal gowns. Hats off to you, Zang!