TheIt’s many a fashionista’s dream to grab a seat at the table (or along the catwalk, if you will) during New York Fashion Week, the annual designer extravaganza that just ended. Not only are many of us mesmerized by the latest fashions on display, but also by what fashion professionals and influencers are wearing.
With that in mind, we take a look at this intriguing breakfast hosted by Vogue and Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.
The inaugural Vogue Vanguard Breakfast, which set the stage for Fashion Week, was attended by a colorful collection of influencers, tastemakers and curators across fashion, politics and entertainment. And oh the different looks they wore. From marabou feathers to leather, from sweatshirts to floral dresses.
The decadent Marie Antoinette-inspired breakfast, created by Four Seasons chefs from around the country, served as the kickoff to a series of global Vogue events celebrating the magazine’s remarkable 130-year history.
Co-hosts were Jessica Rose, Vogue experiences of senior manager and Casey Fremont, executive director of the Art Production Fund. of Vogue the team included Schanel Bakkouche, fashion editor/stylist for international publications and Conçetta Ciarlo, events manager.
For this stunning gathering, a private room at the Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown was dressed in floral greenery with a long table artfully laden with beautiful and delicious desserts. The menu included croquembouche, petit gateaux, fruit tarts, linzer cookies, layer cakes, savory tartlets, cupcakes, scones and assorted chocolates.
Among the influential group of 35 were Canadian fashion model Coco Rocha, TooD founder Shari Siadat, Alice Collective founder Dria Murphy, fashion designer Sofia Karvela, Ceremonia founder and CEO Babba Rivera, blogger and clinical psychologist Christie Ferrari, actress Kat Graham, designer Tanya Tanyay. , model Amy Julliette Le Févre and lingerie model and beauty influencer Louisa Warwick.