The past week has been an extraordinary display of Fashion Fantastic-ness. With the end to New York Fashion Week 2015 here, we have named our top 5 fashion street style hitters of the week. Getting Fashion show ready was the aim for all of these celebutants and although the strutting on the runway was left to the models, serving up a mean walk to and from each event was the task at hand and these women passed the proverbial test.

First on Deck, LaLa Anthony slaying in a black and white dress by Eliza & James, this geometric number, which is a big trend for the season is fab look for a night on the town with a companion or a Girls Night Out.



In a sleeker and demurely sexy look is Toya Wright wearing a popular BCBG MaxAzria skirt and button down blouse. This look also transforms to day and night and gives a more modest yet spicy look with the element of sheer paneling on the skirt. Peek-a-Boo panels are a trend that you will see all over the runways  now.

Toya Wright


Gabrielle Union-Wade walks the streets with a tasteful and refined wrap dress by Wes Gordon . The dark denim dress is a trending item for the season and will be sure to turn heads on any body type.

Gabrielle Union-Wade


One of the top shows on the New York Fashion Week circuit was the Givenchy show, where everyone who is anyone was in attendance.  Slaughtering the streets in head to toe Givenchy ensemble was none other than Majory Harvey. This nude and black look supplied an ethereal masterpiece of lace and luxe which is always a popular theme for the season.

Marjory Harvey


The Queen of “Empire” Taraji P. Henson is scorching the sidewalks in an all lace  Moschino navy pocketed dress that makes a statement and delivered sex appeal to max. Daring to bare it all, this dress is the ultimate pair with garments from your boudoir. Boudoir pairings are making a huge statement in fashion right now. 


Written by: Danielle R. Stedman

Danielle Stedman is an up and coming writer, host and producer. Born in Jamaica, W.I. Danielle’s family migrated to the States in pursuit of achieving the American dream. Danielle grew up in Long Island NY, where she was exposed to the fast paced lifestyle, hustle and bustle of living in NY’s Tri-State area. Danielle moved to South Florida shortly after High School and made the decision to study Mass Communications at Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale FL, where she earned her Bachelor’s degree and has resided since. While on a journey of self-discovery, Danielle found herself venturing into the worlds of Fashion Merchandising, Social Media Marketing, Music promotion, Not for Profit work and promotional writing for Radio and Television. Danielle now the proud founder of and the Miami Correspondent for and Fluff Magazine.