New York Fashion Week SEP 2013 // Best of DAY 6

Friday, September 13, 2013

Day 6: Very cool prints, especially in Marc by Marc Jacobs Collection.

The Row presented us with a "show space, covered with cream-colored material that made it look like the inside of an old-fashioned camping tent, wasn't the only indication of their wanderlust: more than one editor commented that the show, with its languid lines and minimal garments, made them feel like they were going on safari." fashionologie

"It's another season of mix mastery from Jenna Lyons! The vibe at the J.Crew Spring 2014 was more laidback with an emphasis on casual separates (although a pair of sequined jogging pants are definite contenders for evenings out). (...) Printed, striped, embellished - they are everything her fans love and the perfect finishing touch for a collection that editors and every girl they know will be snapping up once in stores." fashionologie
 
Vera Wang's collection were all about black, violet, marigold, and scarlet. "Wang crafted multilayer looks with sheer warm-up jackets over pieced chiffon dresses and mesh insets into beaded gowns. Save for the delicate flutters of flowers that traced a few backs, this was a decidedly tougher turn for Wang." fashionologie

"Marc by Marc Jacobs had a major metallic moment for Spring 2014 with iridescent jackets, sequin-laden dresses, and David Bowie-worthy stars scattered onto satin jumpsuits." fashionologie

"If you didn't spend last summer vacationing in Mykonos, you may consider doing just that in Sachin + Babi's isle-inspired Spring 2014 collection." fashionologie

Rodarte showed a collection with leather, fringe, animal prints, and plaid. "Not a wardrobe for the timid, Rodarte's hair metal band and Sunset Strip-inspired line took the crop top to dangerous new heights as bralets paired with daringly asymmetric waistlines." fashionologie

"Oscar de la Renta's clothes are far too beautiful to ever be reduced to simple themes, but his Spring 2014 collection — filled as it was with his glamourous, colorful clothing — took a little inspiration from the Elizabethan era. (...) A-line dresses and more circle skirts than you could shake a stick at, but you get the feeling that a Queen Elizabeth I wouldn't have said no to the lace collars and ruffs, elaborate embroideries, and the copious strands of pearls that came down the runway." fashionologie
















 



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