Monday, February 16, 2015

NYFW | Day 2

I am powering through getting all caught, with a few distractions in-between of course. Here are some of my favorites from day two!





Kate Spade




Inspired by the pages of Roald Dahl books, the fall collection from Kate Spade was whimsical yet kept the sensible factor that the brand is known for. Along with all the typical jackets, skirts, and dresses (with bow details of course) in gorgeous bright colors, there were jewel encrusted loafers, lots of embellishments on the clothing, foxy clutches, and furry details to play into the world of the authors books.

Zimmermann




The silhouettes of the 70s and colors of the 60s came together in the most recent line from the brand. Maxi was the name of the dress game with some of the styles featuring cut outs, making them a little bit more sexy and modern. Along with the tangerines, sea foam, and dark reds of the 60s, there were some stand out oxblood pieces, may favorite of which is the dress above. They are so light and flowing and have a lot less structure than the rest of the collection, which is why they were so eye catching.

Sally LaPointe




Minimalism and textures of all different kinds took the front row of this seasons collection. Leather and fur, fringe of all different sizes and fabrics, silk, and sequins were all mixed together throughout the collection. My favorite looks are the ones I have shown above, especially the oversized white sweater and fringed skirt. We won't be getting away from fringe for a while and LaPointe grabbed onto this trend and used it in many different and new ways in her line.

Jason Wu




If you are looking for elegant, clean-cut lines in your clothes, then look no further than Jason Wu. You won't find better cuts in trousers and coats than the work that this man does. All of this outerwear came with detachable linings, fur layers, or sleeves to offer clients more versatility when wearing the clothes through the seasons changing weather. And although the embellishments made the dresses seem glamourous, they still had a laid back, casual feel to them because of their t-shirt cut and could very easily transition from day to night. 

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