The Best of New York Fashion Week F/W 2014



 

The strongest looks off the runway
A major fashion whirlwind recently swept up the Big Apple. Bloggers, photographers, celebrities, and editors squeezed into the famed Lincoln Center to admire the latest in sartorial creations during this past New York Fashion Week. Max Azria, Lacoste, Jill Stuart, Mara Hoffman, Nicole Miller… We sent over a photographer to cover all the shows and, below, we’ve gathered our favourite snapshots to bring you our forecast on what will be “in” next fall. It’s as if we were there.

Hooked on fur
Since it’s freezing cold outside, images from the fall/winter collections really speaks to us right now. At first glance, one thing is immediately clear: the majority of designers seem to have wanted to bring fur back to the forefront. We’ve been seeing it here and there, adorning coats and capes of winters past for a few seasons now. But this time around, we’ll be sporting it on miniskirts, fitted knitwear, and über-chic felt coats. Fur brings warmth and sophistication to sartorial wares, and we admit it makes the seasonal trend all the more inviting!

It’s all in the details
While the monochromatic trend was all the rage last season, we’ve been seeing the opposite—structured and graphic prints—dominating the runway this season. Airy or thicker fabrics, and rich colours like royal blue and violet, are turned into feminine cuts, which leave us green with envy. The arsty fashion wave that will rule this summer (athletic spirit, tribal motifs, and flower power) will thus continue into the cold season, and we’re 100% sold!

Take this waltz
Less leather and fewer strong details make way for nude colours and femininity in all its splendour here. This time, we’ll cut a striking figure in lace, pink palettes, ruffles, and fitted cuts. Carving a softer image and throwing shyness to the wind, we’ll put away the glossy skinnies to slip into sexy skirts of all lengths. Bring on femininity!

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