Hello my loves! Now that madness of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week has calmed down and I survived my first full week of work I can now talk about one of the most amazing dinners that I have been to in quite a while.

Dinner With GLAM: Spring 2014

Last week I had the opportunity to attend my first “Dinner with Glam” event during New York Fashion Week. I have been a member of Glam’s network for quite some time now, but this was one event that I have always wanted to attend. So on Sunday September 8th I made my way to Morimoto NYC, one of the Foodie Top 100 restaurants in the world- owned by Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, to enjoy an evening of great food and great company with so many familiar bloggers, models, Glam executives and social media mavens.

Nola Weinstein (Executive Editorial Director for GLAM), Molly Sims (Model), Bianca Posterli (Editorial Director for GLAM), Samir Arora (GLAM Media's CEO)

Nola Weinstein (Executive Editorial Director for GLAM), Molly Sims (Model), Bianca Posterli (Editorial Director for GLAM), Samir Arora (GLAM Media’s CEO)

When Glam does an event they do it big and so we had the entire restaurant to ourselves. We started with cocktail hour where guests sipped on champagne, wine, or Glam specialty cocktails while we were served oysters, duck, dumplings, sushi, and more. There was a photo booth to take fun pics, but we also learned about Glam’s “Fashion Week Insider” App to stay up-to-date with the fashionable madness of New York Fashion Week.

Dinner With GLAM: Spring 2014 Dinner With GLAM: Spring 2014

During the event you had to tweet or instagram photos introducing the app to win two amazing prizes. The first prize was $750 to Christian Louboutin and the second was $500 to Morimoto NYC. Although I didn’t win, two of my table mates did Jessica of the Glamazons Blog and Melanie of O So Chic. Let’s just say that table 5 was envied throughout the night.

Dinner With GLAM: Spring 2014 Dinner With GLAM: Spring 2014

I can’t explain how amazing the food, the atmosphere, and the experience was at Morimoto. I will never look at sushi or seafood the same way because Morimoto NYC was just superb.

Dinner With GLAM: Spring 2014

Glam loves their bloggers and on every seat was an Old Navy Tote Bag in an assortment of colors filled with goodies from Colgate, Dove, Pop Chips, Popcorn Indiana (DELICIOUS), Furterer, Make Up Forever, Goody hair products, Orbit, LORAC, Kerastase, KENZO and so many more great sponsors.

I had an amazing time and can’t wait to go through the Top 100 Restaurants to see where my next stop is going to be! Thank you to the Glam Media Team for another amazing event!

Korean designer, Son Jung Wan debuted her spring/summer 2013 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. This whimsical collection is filled with canary yellows, raspberry, sunset ombre, violets and teals for the bold and the brave. But she hasn’t forgotten those who like more subtleties, so her collection also features silver, grey, and ivory. Son Jung Wan keeps peplum and pleats alive next spring as well. From asymmetrical dresses, jumpsuits, and rompers these styles are instantly updated with her use of textures like sequin dresses, ruffle dresses, perforated shorts, and appliqué jackets. This collection features vibrant colors and prints along with modern twists to traditional pieces. Here are a few pictures from the collection

Canary yellow and sunset ombre

Muted tones featuring my personal favorite gold knit romper

Violet, teal, and bold prints

Peplum, crop tops, and textured dresses

Photo Credit : Rodin Bonica via NY Mag

Here are a few more collections that I loved during New York Fashion Week

Alice + Olivia

 

Michael Kors

Jenny Packham

Christian Siriano

Victoria Beckham

Photos via Style.com 

Katya Leonovich’s Fall 2012 collection shows that she definitely loves New York. The greatest city in the world was the inspiration behind her line. The presentation showcased New York inspired prints on many of the pieces. It was an amalgamation of colors, prints and textures. She featured everything from copper pants, black and python leather, and even white fur. The entire collection, including the backdrop design had many elements of New York’s personality. There was a mixture of hard edge with the intricate details, leather and python, but there was also a soft romance about the collection with the ruffled chiffon dresses. Needless to say, Leonovich’s collection is bold and daring. Take a look

Photos via NY Mag (all white stills) Live photos were taken by me.

The 14-piece collection entitled “Monaco” debuted by Project Runway Finalist Korto Momolu (Cut-toe Mo-mo-lu) expands on the designer’s vision of “femininity, elegance, and futurism.” She was inspired by fashion icons like Grace Kelly and Bridget Bardot. “Monaco” features stylish jumpsuits, chic sweaters, elegant evening gowns and luxurious day dresses. Korto enlisted the help of top stylists and jewelry designers to bring this collection to life. Take a look at “Monaco” by Korto Momolu

Photo & Show Credits
Photos: Images by Getty Images/Mari J. Brooklyn
Designs: Korto Momolu
Styling: Misa Hylton
Hair: Salon DNA
Makeup: Lamik Beauty