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New York Fashion Week Sept -13,2017

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#NYFWSS2018 2017-09-14- 8:05 pm 
#NYFW #

New York Fashion Week, had models getting off party bus and walking around cars. Kendall Jenner wasted no time to promote her app for #NYFW . So are there any other models promoting their own app, or designers? Selena Gomez,  Madison Pettis, and Victoria Justice, looking classy and fancy in their Spring and Summer flowery, whimsical  tweeting their #NYFW moment.
wow Kendall has an app, smart business girl https://t.co/7cd71bXZni — megatrndz.com (@megatrndz) September 15, 2017
Models Dominating New York Fashion Week Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Kaia Gerber
the craziness that this night brought is insane! your support means the world to me. so much more to come! @AlexanderWangNYpic.twitter.com/EBKUqSaICN— Kaia Gerber (@KaiaGerber) September 14, 2017
Fashion Week - Nicole Miller Show #NYFWpic.twitter.com/gdk8WcHwG6 — Madison Pettis (@madisonpettis) September 14, 2017

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Jacobean Embroidery Trend

Jacobean Embroidery Popular Trend


Emma Thomson looking fabolus in the Jacobean Embroidery  Flower on her  top at the Screening for the Beauty and the Beast in Paris.

It was delightful to see a woman wear pants for the occasion.



An up close look at the Jacobian flower embroidery from #ODLRFall17. pic.twitter.com/aS0sL0XDns — Oscar de la Renta (@OscardelaRenta) February 27, 2017


.@EmmaWatson looking flawless in #ODLRFall17 at the screening of Beauty and the Beast in Paris pic.twitter.com/zuXoMPjc7B — Oscar de la Renta (@OscardelaRenta) February 27, 2017

Beautiful Nature Motifs from the 17 Century. Did the Oscar de la Renta designer play with numbers by recreating the Jacobean motif trend again in the 17th year of the century.

It was noted in Wikipedia :

Jacobean embroidery refers to embroidery styles that flourished in the reign of King James I of England in first quarter of the 17th century. The term is usually used today to describe a form of crewel embroidery used for furnishing cha…