Vacation-Inspired Just Cavalli Prints Get a Fall Twist

Beautiful Cavalli prints of paisley, in bubbly hues of Daffodil, Cobalt, Aqua, Ballet Pink, Hot Pink, and Lavender. All I can think of Etro‘s Spring 2014 collection, my favorite collection during the Spring 2014 fashion season, and begging to go on a vacation to Bora Bora. But when mixed with staples of leather, baggy pants, fringe, and animal prints; you feel as if you have the perfect wardrobe to transfer you from Summer and into Fall.

See the full collection at: http://www.style.com/fashionshows/complete/2014PF-JUSTCAV

Cedric Charlier Kicks off Paris Fashion Week

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Inspired by Martial Arts, Cedric Charlier designs a Beautiful, Simple, and feminine and elegant collection. “A reflection of protection,” is how Charlier described the collection to WWD, backstage, post-show. “I wanted to get into the idea of martial seduction.”

So Charlier did, with silhouettes were very simple, and Drapy, describing a Martial Arts uniform very well. With the looks very Minimalistic, throughout the whole entire collection.

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Towards the end of the collection, Charlier incorporated in very big and bold stripes. Really giving the collection a Fun feel, compared to the Navy and Neutral hued ensembles before. Then came an array of silk and sequined ensembles, each still in a very simple silohouette. The last look, worn by Sasha Luss, gave a Chic, bold contrast with an Aqua top, paired with a tangerine skirt. Bringing a very vibrant feel to the collection. A definate successful kickoff to Paris Fashion Week.

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Pictured: Janice Alida, Juliana Schurig, Daiane Conterato, Ikeliene Stange, Juliana Schurig, Sasha Luss, and Cedric Charlier

Donatella Versace Gives Feminine Spring Staples, A Versace Twist for Spring 2014

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Pastels. Wedges. Floral Prints. And short skirts and dresses. Just some of the feminine Spring staples, of which Donatella Versace gave a Sexy and Edgy Versace twist. Using shades of Lavender and Aqua, Versace designs many dresses in Sexy styles and in fabrics of leather, with of course Versace’s signature studs and chains. Versace also gives the full skirt an edgy feel, in leather fabrics at the beginning of the collection.

 

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The Signature Stunning finale at every Versace show, consisted of Evening Gowns in shades of Black, Silver, and Pastels, each with none other than a little bit of Sparkles and Chains. Many of the evening gowns had many Sexy cutouts, looking really tasteful and Stunning for just about any Women. Bravo!

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Pictured: Tilda Lindstam, Daria Strokous, Anna Ewers, ?, Bette Franke, Pauline Hoarau, Jacquelyn Jablonski, Kasia Struss, Kaitlin As, Katya Riabinkina, Kati Nescher, Daria Strokous, Lindsey Wixson, and Donatella Versace

Marc Jacobs Uses his Signature Sleepwear Elements at Marc By Marc Jacobs Spring 2014

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Ever since Marc Jacobs debuted his new Signature trend, Sleepwear at his Marc Jacobs Fall 2013 show back in February, as was everyone else, I have definitely been all over this new trend. Showing off his first Spring 2014 collection of the season, Jacobs begins his collection, showing off an array of Beautiful geometric prints in shades of: Black, Grey, Aqua, and Peach. Jacobs also showed off a Beautiful array of silk tops, jackets, and baggy pantre throughout his collection, incorporating his Now Signature Sleepwear trend into the collection.

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Still keeping the sleepwear elements in tact; Jacobs designs many of his pieces with the perfect dose of Sparkle. From the Swedish teal Sparkled shift that Julia Nobis sported, to the black and white silk ensembles draped with many Sparkling stars.

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Pictured: Kati Nescher, Lindsey Wixson, Fei Fei Sun, Julia Nobis, Lais Ribeiro, Vanessa Axtene, and Marc Jacobs