maandag 17 februari 2014

New York Fashion Week Fall 2014 report 3

This is my third and final report from New York Fashion Week. I've seen some great looks and shows but none of this season's shows had the potential to make history in my opinion. But who knows what London will bring?

Stacey Bendet from Alice + Olivia searched inspiration in the world of fairytales and translated that in a very Victorian like collection with a tomboy touch.

The richness of Vienna was the inspiration behind Mark Badgley and James Mischka’s beautiful lineup, in which they showed their collection mixed with pieces from Badgley Mischka Couture. This influence was noticeable in the details such as lace and plenty of glitter. 

Jenny Packham is one of the favorites from Kate Middleton and we can easily see why. The inspiration of this collection was Bianca Jagger and her seventies style. I can see lots of modern it-girls wear these looks on the red carpet with combinations such as beaded sweaters with ball gown skirts.

Gilles Mendel's collection for J. Mendel was all about geometrics. But my favourites from the show were the simple dresses and the furs. 

“Clean drama. No ruffles, no flounces — everything has a reason and a purpose.” That’s how Zac Posen described his collection . The dresses were quite simple without any embellishments.

4 opmerkingen:

  1. Omgosh i love Jenny Packham!!!!! Her dresses are just outta this world!!!!! <3

  2. Thanks Chiara! I just started following you on facebook! Can you follow me as well please? My facebookpage is

  3. Top foto's! Top reeks!
    Die lange jurken zijn super!!
    Echt prachtig!!

  4. Thank you darling, I'm following you via Facebook (Chiara P.) and via GFC, hope to see you in my blog again! kisses