It’s freezing outside, and we haven’t turned the heat on in our house yet (so cold!), so while I’m wrapping up a major project for class, I’m also daydreaming about tropical vacations and sunshine – and the Mara Hoffman Spring 2014 show I went to in September would provide the perfect outfits!
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After a vampire-inspired FW 2012 collection and a SS 2013 collection inspired by the ballet, Christian Siriano looked to Mexico’s Isla Mujeres for inspiration for his Spring 2014 collection – and I absolutely loved it! From the basket-inspired raffia and straw material to the tropical colors, floral prints and crop tops, everything seemed warm and relaxed, with . . . → Read More: Christian Siriano Spring 2014
So I realize it’s way past fashion week at this point, but I still have some photos I want to share – and since I’ve got them all ready, I figured… why not. Rebecca Taylor was my fourth show on the Saturday of fashion week, and it was such an honor to be there. I . . . → Read More: Rebecca Taylor Spring 2014
As soon as I saw the program notes at Son Jung Wan, I knew there would be lots of off-white. And the subdued, neutral color pallet inspired by Morocco was wonderful – there were whites, yellows, a hint of pink, and a few pretty prints. Plus, the textures and shapes were so interesting. I especially . . . → Read More: Son Jung Wan Spring 2014
Lacoste was my second show of fashion week, and is always one I look forward to. I loved the colors and fabrics instantly, but appreciated the collection so much more after reading this review: “The terra-cotta of a clay [tennis] court was one of the collection’s base colors. And the lines on that court were . . . → Read More: Lacoste Spring 2014