Rebecca Minkoff’s New York Fashion Week Photo Diary—Go Behind the Scenes at …

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Eight days, dozens of celebrities, hundreds of runway shows, thousands of outfits, gallons of champagne—so maybe we should be thankful that anyone survived at all. The designer—who has been showing at New York Fashion Week for 10 seasons—presented her Spring 2016 collection at NYFW this weekend, once again captivating the fashion crowd with her sweet and fringe-filled designs.

The answer to our question lies in the simple fact that today, not only do the vast majority of American citizens know about the , but that the majority of global citizens know about it. Even more dramatically, the public access to the has become something astoundingly open, something, perhaps, the founders of the NYFW never believed possible. The website for the itself is a prime example of the drastically shifting landscape that shows, like the NYFW, find themselves having to adjust and evolve into in order to stay edgy and modern. But it’s very hard to justify purchasing something that’s worth half my month’s rent and only planning to wear it one day, during one week each year.

PALOMA BARCELÓ Laser-cut suede wedge pumps (The Outnet, $184.50) “Ugly” shoes are a street style staple and these giant, sneaker-bottom wedges are perfect. Shedding light on models with disabilities, this year’s catwalk will include figures such as Rebekah Marine, who was born without a right forearm but now wears one of the most advanced prosthetic hands in the world, an i-limb Quantum, as well as Madeline Stuart, an Australian model diagnosed with Down’s Syndrome. Grey Leather And Orange Calf Hair ‘Korry’ Strappy Sandals (Bluefly, $140) You cannot go wrong with leather and calf hair, especially in a pop of color. Click through for more awesome designer shoes. 10 Crosby Derek Lam Strappy Sandals Tansey High Heel (Bloomngdale’s, $162.50) If this shoe doesn’t scream for a wool sock and a pencil skirt, I don’t know what will. 3.1 PHILLIP LIM Trance High-Top Sneakers (Barney’s Warehouse, $169) MUPPET SHOES!

You could nearly picture von Furstenberg dancing at Studio 54 like the days of old in all of these looks – they’ve just been updated for the modern woman with shades of pink, black embellished with gold detailing and white with pops of color. PUMA x McQ Lace Up Sneakers Brace Femme Lo Top (Bloomingdale’s, $139.99) I cheated a little since this is really a collab shoe instead of a “designer” shoe but they’re kind of the perfect fashion sneaker. Vince Karima Leather Wedge Mule (Bergdorf Goodman, $177) Mules are BIG this season, and will probably stick around until next year so you’d best stock up. Rather than squeezing in between those already seated or finding another front-row spot, she waved her arms in the air, yelled at an event organizer and demanded she be seated – in a spot with a gift bag, nonetheless. “She’s been all over the world and again”, Chow stated. “That is how we felt designing the gathering”. “For me, that’s the culottes and print”, she explained. Beckham launched her label with a small collection of dresses in 2008 to much scepticism from inside the fashion industry, expecting another celebrity line.

Sophia Webster Brooke Patent Multi-Strap Wedge Sandal (Bergdorf Goodman, $206) Okay, these are more than $200 but only by the cost of a Starbucks drink.

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