NYFW Review: Tome Spring 2015 by the Numbers

Earlier today, TOME charmed the sneakers off of everyone sitting in the benches at the Pavillion with a hell of a comfy-glam showing. The Spring/Summer 2015 collection was inspired by Rukmin Devi, a classic dancer from India and Dayanita Singh, a modern photographer, and it was jampacked with inspiration from traditional Indian saris. Models wore sashes across the delicate panels of their dresses, bubblegum pink parachute pants for the classy woman who gets down to some house music, and delicate see-through bodices for women who attend balls where it’s cool to have your nips out.

We’ve tallied up the highlights, obviously including all discernible nipples for you below.

Nipple count: 6

Lieuwks that could pass for sleepwear: 3

Pairs of Parachute pants: 2

Number of people clapping when it was time to clap: roughly 7 out of 200

Number of people who accessorized their hair with the flower favors: 4

Number of rows that models had to walk through: 4

Number of people who kept their sunnies on when it went dark for the look: 7

Things that were snazzy and metallic: 6

Madonna songs: 1 (Frozen)

Related links:
The 10 Best Things We Saw on Day 1 of NZFW
The 10 Best Things We Saw on Day 2 of NZFW
PHOTOS: First Look At Carine Roitfeld’s ‘Gold’ Fashion Show For amfAR

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