Thursday, September 11, 2014

NYFW | Day Seven

And just as soon as it started, New York Fashion Week has come to an end. I hope that you all have enjoyed my posts for the past week! I'll be back in February with reports for the fall, that's a weird thought….



Rachel Zoe



Staying true to herself and the gypsy flow associated with the brand, Zoe has given us another fantastic collection for spring. There are pieces to please you no matter your spring break destination with gorgeous beading details and flowing fabrics. There were quite a few polished pieces like a tuxedo jumpsuit that spoke to the LA stylists home. All over, the collection was the perfect mix of boho beach and city sleek.

Proenza Schouler


Back stage, designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez described their collection as "just parkas, polos, blouses, and pleated skirts, our version of American sportswear". They may have started with these basic ideas but they didn't stay there. The styles featured details like laser cut, color blocked leather, knits, and inserts of every kind. I loved all the colored leather, which has become a huge trend off the runways for spring, any leather I can get I love. The collection had a practical and polished feel that will transfer very well into the spring.

Boss



This brand is known around the world for their tailoring. There were only two pant suits in the whole collection but the idea of menswear wasn't far from designer Jason Wu's mind. Men's shirting played a major role layered over beaded and a-line skirts. The silhouettes were clean and sharp with strong geometric accents. I have always been a huge fan of this brand and this collection only made it more apparent.

Micheal Kors



My favorite of the day, you can always count on the sunny disposition of Micheal Kors runway show. Flowers were drawn out in sequins on tulle skirts (LOVE) and on strapless dresses. Simplicity was key with skirt and shirt combos being on a trend on the runways and off. Gingham made another appearance and little leather details like belting made the ensembles stand out. This collection embodied everything that I love about spring and I want it all, especially the tulle, in my closet for the season.




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