Emporio Armani Fall 2014

As WWD said, Girogio Armani’s Emporio Armani collection reminds us where, “menswear and feminine elements come together.” Neutral hues, such as black, white, and grey remain key throughout the collection. While a baggy black shirt, trousers, and a ladylike hat & pair of gloves. A knit sweater, black striped blazer, and velvet trousers. And a ruffled trench gets paired with masculine separates. To perfectly show where our favorite masculine and feminine staples meet, the sensual Emporio Armani way.

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Vibrant, Flirty, & Feminine Prints at Holly Fulton

Tribal. Floral. Cityscape. And even a Sexy red mani, the hottest bracelets and gadgets. British designer, Holly Fulton, knows how to give any fun and flirty print, a wearable and feminine twist. This season, Fulton incorporates: pastel hues, Sexy yet functional silhouettes, and Dramatic hues such as red and black; while a simple Khaki remains keen, throughout the collection. The collection to wear to perfectly take you from those freelance summer days, into the mists of Fall.

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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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Feminine and Quirky Separates Make for Fun at House of Holland

As the collection was released yesterday, Henry Holland made a feminine and quirky statement fun for Pre-Fall. As a Cobalt pleated chiffon dress gets a statement with aqua and white stripes on the bottom. Plaid separates get mixed with stripes. A silk full skirt gets printed with sheilds in all bright hues, and topped off with a red graphic hoodie. Buttoned blue velvet dress gets quirky with a printed collar. And each look gets an instant finish with lavish polka dotted pumps, in bold hues.

Henry Holland’s muse Charlotte Wiggins shows off the collection.

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