Rodarte Takes Us Back to the 70s

As Rodarte’s animal printed party gal theme didn’t seem to go by well with me, back in September, the 70s gal theme does. Rodarte sisters, Kate & Laura Mulleavy, decided to take us back in time to none other decade than the 70s!!!! Eclectically dressed models come down the runway in a variety of staples from that such memorable decade. Giving the pieces a perfectly modern look, with gowns draped in Star Wars prints and sheen, so you don’t have to worry about looking like you just came out of “That 70s Show.”

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Preppy and Feminine Accents Get Punk at Vera Wang

As a Lover for Preppy and Feminine styles, I was super psyched to see Vera Wang give my favorite staples an edge. A trend that has been seen on the runways ever since the Spring 2014 shows back in September, has most definately become the memo here at Wang. As floral prints get dyed black. Argyle and Plaid edge up, with leather. And ruffles, chiffon, and lace go gothic.

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Burch Does Baroque

The designer described as the modern day Lily Pulitzer in Harpers Bazaar’s September 2013 edition, Tory Burch, tries something other than a zesty feminine print for her Fall 2014 collection: Baroque. With Russian and German doll like inspired lace and silhouettes, the collection demonstrates this delicacy and beauty, which I have admired over the years. Especially with those Russian Matryoshka dolls in mind.

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Donna Does It Dramticially

30 years after The House of Donna Karan started, Donna Karan’s got her brand going higher than ever. For her 30th Anniversary show, comes a Dramatic entrance, leading for a very neutral hued collection, in very Sensual silhouettes and strong fabrics, adding suspense to the collection, while those very few monochromatic red gowns add the perfect spark of Romance and celebration to the collection.

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