It has been a memorable day for New York Fashion Week history. During Prabal Gurung’s presentation a streaker wearing a gold crown, a leopard thong and red tube socks disrupted the catwalk. He tried really hard to be apart of the show whilst dodging security at the same time. The models continued on the runway, unfazed. One model in particular caught my eye and that was Joan Smalls. She looked remarkable and ended the show like a boss! It’s hard to say if I enjoyed the collection, it was very Prabal — his aesthetic was expected.

Hervé Léger by Max Azria was exceptionally well put together. There weren’t too many of the signature sexy silhouettes that I love but the use of utility was well played. I adore the knee-high peep toe boots. I wouldn’t dare wearing them in this frigid weather but I’m sure there’s a bold NYC gal somewhere that would take the risk.

Alexander Wang takes the crown, not only did he not showcase his collection at Lincoln Center, he avoided Manhattan completely and took his talents to Brooklyn. What ever you do, take twelve minutes of your time to watch the video below. This show inspired me to another level, it was electrifying and vibrant with a lot of color. The open back boots and multi-bags stole my heart immediately. Outerwear was the real prize as he showed so many variations from puffers to windbreakers. I suggest everyone pay attention to the finale, technology played a role and played it well. The heat-activated leather changes color on the fashion merry-go-round. Well done Wang. Enjoy

I got the idea from WhoWhatWear and their post on The Most Talked-About Fashion Moments of the year and then I thought, what are my most memorable moments of 2013? Well here they are.

It’s only right that Sarah Jessica Parker was Best Dressed on the most fashionable night of the year, here she is at the Met Gala this year. She is dedicated to Fashion in her best Punk ensemble.

Although, Alexander Wang stepped in as the new creative director for Balenciaga in November of 2012. He presented his first collection this year in Paris. As one of my favorite designers, I was disappointed but my faith hasn’t been lost. I’m thrilled for what is yet to come.

Like WhoWhatWear, I was pleased when Rick Owens brought a little Diversity in Fashion to the runway of Paris. In his S/S 2014 show, he included members of four universities step teams. Owens said backstage after the show, “It’s an American phenomenon. I was attracted to how gritty it was, it was such a fuck-you to conventional beauty. They were saying, ‘We are beautiful in our own way.'”

Erykah Badu for Givenchy’s Spring ’14 Campaign. Can you say Tisci is the man, because he is.

 “I don’t pop Molly…” Beyoncé rocks Tom Ford like the fashion killa she’s grown to be.

& Happy New Year y’all! 2014 is here, xo