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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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