A Playful Spirit at Carolina Herrera Pre-Fall 2014

Instead of having private appointments, Carolina Herrera decided to switch things up by presenting for Pre-Fall 2014 collection Cocktail Party style. The theme definately made perfect sense, as the collection showed off this Playful Spirit that’ll be sure to brighten up any festivity. A honeycomb patterned skirt gets paired with an olive sweater with black feathers on the bottom. Flowers get plastered onto your favorite evening gowns. White and Ruffles make a splash when paired with tweed. And white bumble bees get printed onto a tangerine skirt suit. Perfectly playing in with the collection’s catchphrase: “Bee Happy.”

See the full collection at: http://www.style.com/fashionshows/complete/slideshow/2014PF-CHERRERA/#1

Giorgio Armani Spring 2014

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Giorgio Armani leaves a Stunning mark, ending Milan Fashion Week. Using a bold color palette, Armani mixes many Classy and Masculine pieces, with more feminine pieces. Kind of reminding me of a lawyer dressed in Bold hues.

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Throughout the collection, Armani mixes many different fabric textures of: sheer, Tweed, leather, and even knits. A trend seen a lot throughout the Spring Fashion Week.

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Throughout the mid and end of the collection, models come out in Beautiful Floral printed dresses, some even in sheer fabrics. Each looking like artwork on fabric. And the dresses remind me of Lily Pulitzer.

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The models, walking out in twos or even threes this Glam collection ends with models showing off Beautiful printed and Sparkled dresses in a sheer fabric. Perfect for Cocktail events, Homecoming, or even attending a Wedding.


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Pictured: Ashleigh Good, Agne Konciute, Ava Smith, Manon Leloup, Ashleigh Good, and Giorgio Armani

A Mixture of Stunning Prints at Etro Spring 2014

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One Word: Speechless. Veronica Etro mixed many Beautiful prints of: Paisley, Snakeskin, Flowers, and even Geometric. The collection really has that Bohemian vibe, but also has such a Chic ‘Let’s Go on a Safari‘ vibe, seen at many of the shows this Spring 2014 Fashion Week. Making me really wish I could go on an expedition to Bora Bora right now.

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Etro uses many styles of Maxi dresses, Jumpsuits, and Many long and Flowy dresses. Strapless, or with sleeves. Perfect for an all night party in Malibu. Really bringing in such a Stunning, Beachy collection, while definately having that signature Etro vibe. What would make an Etro collection, an Etro collection without prints?

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Pictured: Andrea D., Nadja Bender, Daria Strokous, Julia Nobis, Ava Smith, Kaitlin As, Magdalena Frackowiak, Bette Franke, Ava Smith, Kasia Struss, and Veronica Etro

Fendi Spring 2014



It’s 50 Shades of Pink and Blue at Fendi Spring 2014! As Karl Lagerfeld designs a Beautiful collection, using lots of sheer fabric, ruffles, and many different fabric styles. From tieing cute little bows, to structured ruffles, to tops layered over another top, and even over skirts. For a very Structured, free expression feel, seen at many of the Spring 2014 shows so far.





Towards the end of the collection, Lagerfeld incporates Geometric prints, very Fendi and bringing me lots of reminiscence to Fendi’s Spring 2009 and 2013 collection. Along with an array of Beautiful Sparkled Cocktail like dresses. A fur Fendi clutch for Fall 2014 Fashion Week? Yes please!





Pictured: Cara Delevingne, Soo Joo Park, Iris Egbers, Esther Heesch, Joan Smalls, Kati Nescher, Ruby Jean Wilson, Cara Delevingne, Ava Smith, Kaitlin As, Daria Strokous, Nadja Bender, and Karl Lagerfeld and Silvia Fendi

J Mendel Spring 2014

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J Mendel’s Spring 2014 collection has that Modern Glamour and Romance seen at many of the collections in New York this Spring. Gilles Mendel uses many pastels, white and black dresses in Beautiful, delicate sheer fabrics, silk, and lace. For that Romantic vibe.

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Towards the end of the collection, Mendel starts to incorporate more darker, Dramatic shades besides black using Oxblood and Beige. Mendel still keeps the feminine fabrics of sheer, silks, and lace intact, but adds delicate Baroque and fur to the mix.

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Pictured: Ava Smith, Katya Riabinkina, Zuzanna Bijoch, Bette Franke, Hedvig Palm, and Gilles Mendel