Herve Leger by Max Azria
Upon seeing the Spring 2014 collection from Herve Leger , our immediate thought was of a strong aztec warrior. Genius at manipulating structures- Max Azria’s use of color paneling, geometric prints, and leather details created a collection that showcases the body ,but also a woman’s strength.
Simple frayed denim pieces, plaid, a swirling pattern made of multicolored rabbits, and other 70s inspired looks combined to make Jen Kao’s Spring 2014 collection. Complete with thick platforms, a simpler version of bohemian dressing -hippie chic- seems to be the theme. Going back to the basics, using staples like denim may call for more simple dressing this Spring.
Pastel and prime colored floral pop-art patterns was one of the vivid elements contributing to the 80s feel from Prabal Gurung’s Spring 2014 collection. Emphasizing the hips- tea length pencil skirts and dresses hugged the models bodies while the use of ankle pants hints to the continuation of the trend next year. Dramatic cat-eye sunglasses are on our Spring’s accessory list!
Florals -in the form of oversized print and butterfly like shapes- weaved their way through Christian Siriano’s Spring 2014 collection. Other pieces ,like an all white collared maxi dress or a woven black and white geometric patterned dress, were sprinkled in between creating a visually stimulating line.
Another collection of soft colors, Tome’s Spring 2014 collection is full of delicate pieces that can easily be translated into the real woman’s wardrobe. The first look – one of our favorites- is a great example of the beauty created from simple details like a lace overlay. Another – a tweed dress hitting below the knee- when accessorized correctly could be the perfect Spring work look.
Day 3 New York Fashion Week Spring 2014
By Arriel Ginter