New York Fashion Week | Day Four

New York Fashion Week | Day Four

My day began with an early morning shoot with Czech/German blogger Barbora Ondrackova (@fashioninmysoul) in Midtown. We both realized we were staying pretty close to each other, so it was very convenient to just meet at a Starbucks in the middle. After we had our coffee, we wandered around 7th Avenue for some good spots to shoot and found this awesome crosswalk!

Afterwards it was a quick session with the stunning Jasmine Tosh, who met me back at my hotel. And we basically shot around the hotel, it was pretty convenient having good shooting spots on where I was staying. Did I mention there was a laundromat around the corner that pretty much did all the washing and folding by the pound? Anyways, here’s this hottie Jasmine Tosh. More photos to come!

Then it was off to Tome at Skylight Moynihan.tome-runway-nyfw-ss2017-ryanbyryanchua-4140

I snapped some streetstyle right after the show! Actually was sitting near the Song Sisters so I told Aimee to wait for me outside for quick snaps.

Here’s Happily Grey and Damsel in Dior.

I actually ran into Cyn (@cyneats) and Brandon (@dopensteez) at the show, and Ariana Lauren joined me at my seat as well. It’s nice to see the ol’ SF crew!

Then Ariana and I went back to our old shooting ways.

After we parted ways, I met up with my favorite bay area bloggers, Jessica @Hapatime and Jasmine @LifewithJazz, for a quick shoot on the side of Madison Square Garden!

Then off to Jenny Packham! It was very impressive!

My day wasn’t over just yet. I did a quick shoot with Jill Wallace @littleblackboots whom I haven’t seen in awhile since she’s been traveling all summer. Oh and she was literally half a block from my hotel, so it was so quick to get to her.

After a long day of shoots and runway coverage, it was time to eat. I rounded up Ron @omgitsbomb, Cyn @cyneats, Brandon @dopensteez, Jessica @notjessfashion and her hubby for ramen at NOT Ippudo, but something better. Ron is an expert on NYC restaurants, and he suggested Ramen Zundo-Ya, which he thinks is way better than Ippudo but without the insane lines and crowded space. We were able to seat ourselves instantly. After the first couple of bites, we all agreed that it was better than Ippudo! Definitely check out Ramen Zundo-Ya in East Village!

There was no way we would end the night without desserts. Luckily my favorite spot was nearby – Spot Dessert Bar on St. Mark’s! Cyn got to try all the deliciousness for the first time, like The Harvest which you get to “water” with milk.

No photos but afterwards I made everyone walk with me to Momofuko so I could stack up on cookies! The End.