Tory Burch’s Spring 2014 collection was inspired by Morocco. 1960’s floral separates and dresses cohesively blended with the gowns and other metallic night looks for a collection reflecting its inspiration.
Bright colors and animal print were prominent throughout Escada’s Spring 2014 collection. Not the only designer to feature these influences so far, their appearance is forecasting a bright animal and tribal print filled Spring! Maxi dresses, tunics, and shiny gold heels also chance the presence of more 70s inspired trends.
The Spring 2014 collection from Badgley Mischka demonstrated the elegance of the 1920s and 1930s through wearable day looks and exquisite evening gowns. Details like beading or a low pulled cap hinted to the two decades inspiration ,but the attention to layering or fit are designer touches.
J.Crew always presents clothing that can easily be worn for real events like work, dinners, or a night with friends. This Spring the collection is no different, still playing with prints the line showed oversized floral and bold stripes. A bit mod, the collection can be worn as separates for those with more mild styles.
Oscar de la Renta
Oscar de la Renta is a master dressmaker. For his Spring 2014 collection, the designer did not fall short by presenting 51 different dresses. Very chic, we love the ladylike quality in all of the looks.
Day 6 New York Fashion Week Spring 2014
By Arriel Ginter