Jason Wu’s Spring 2014 collection presented a variety of muted colors like white, mint blue, deep khaki, and black in the form of pants, boxy tops, slinky dresses, and skirts. The pop was in the use of metallics and shimmer in some looks. Our favorite piece – a white curve hugging sheath dress – is simply chic.
Kate Spade New York
Bright colors, florals, and oversized prints and bows- but wait- sneakers? Kate Spade New York’s first look this Spring was accessorized with converse sneakers and we love it. Flats have become more popular on runways, but rocking converse style sneakers doesn’t happen often. We love the concept and the collection.
Straying from the soft shades of spring, Marissa Webb’s Spring 2014 chose to use more bold colors like army green and coral. Sleek and fun, the looks call to a more edgy style and are perfect for casual nights out.
Jenni Kayne is synonymous with chic American sportsware. This Spring, the collection caught our interest for its mod vibe. Using solid bold colors like mustard and geometrical patterns, Kayne created a vintage collection worthy for many occasions – including the office.
Making its appearance on dresses, tops, and pants the almost digitalize tie-dye print in Misha Nonoo’s Spring collection has caught our attention. Another user of soft pastels, the pop of color was present in a deep yellow pleated skirt.
Day 2 New York Fashion Week Spring 2014
By Arriel Ginter