I've realized that I think I like going to presentations way more than runway shows. Don't get me wrong, there's something heart-thumpingly exciting about when the lights go down at Lincoln center, and the (usually very bass-heavy) music starts pounding out from the speakers as slouchy sullen models stomp around. It's great. But presentations are much more relaxed; you can go up to the models to get detail shots, and there's usually some sort of drink sponsor so it feels more like you've been invited to a super hip party.
The Ann Yee presentation, shown above, was really nice. It took place in the Highline loft, and I was totally blown away by Yee's delicate knitwear. Everything was totally wearable, and her color combinations were perfectly unexpected. Also, they had a rad, grungy band playing, which almost made me forget how snobby everyone at fashion week is.