Simply BCBG

You know that New York Fashion Week has officially started when the latest BCBG collection has hit the catwalk. This time, designers Lubov and Max Azria have something exciting to celebrate: BCBG Max Azria’s 25th Anniversary. For that special event, Lubov and Max Azria sent models out in simple, flowing, and very wearable dresses that scream, “BCBG!” Outerwear and Artistic elements were keen throughout the collection. As the models swept by on the catwalk, bundled up in furs and feathered separtes of all styles, paired with dresses dazzled up with fine lines, and Graphic, Artistic like inspired prints. To me, it’s Simply another Beautiful, (and very wearable), BCBG collection.

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We Enter a Tribal Galaxy at Alexander McQueen Spring 2014

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As Alexander McQueen‘s show begins, you immediately enter into another Galaxy. You then land in another world. Ready for an expedition. But you refuse and instead, decide to pose on this new World. In fear that your Alexander McQueen gown would get ruined. But as you stare out into the Scenery, you notice your back on planet Earth, in your seat at the Alexander McQueen Spring 2014 show, and that the show has ended.

“Tribal Couture,” is how Net-A-Porter described Sarah Burton‘s Tribal inspired collection. In many tribal inspired prints, cutouts, and the Styles and the Silhouettes remind me of Herve Leger by Max Azria‘s Warrior Girl inspired Fall 2012 collection. While the much sculpture and unique fabric textures, make me think Haute Couture.

“Do you believe in UFO’s?” Sarah Burton described to Harpers Bazaar magazine in their March 2013 issue, as the first question Alexander McQueen, himself asked her during her interview for an internship with the brand. As described in Bazaar, “Burton, a polymath with a deep love of the arts, music, and science, hit that question about imagination and faith on the nose with a resounding ‘yes!'”

So how did we get to this Tribal Galaxy during Alexander McQueen’s Spring 2014 collection? Simply on a UFO.

Fashion’s Latest Collaboration: Herve Leger X Barbie

Fashion’s Latest Collaboration: Herve Leger X Barbie

Barbie can officially add Herve Leger to her list of designer collaborations; as Barbie’s latest designer collaboration is with Herve Leger, as it was officially announced via Instagram, from the pages of Herve Leger and Barbie. And Barbie is definitely … Continue reading

Jonathan Saunders Spring 2014

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The flowers are definitely in bloom here at Jonathan Saunders! As the Jonathan Saunders girl goes on a vacation this Spring. Using lots of tie-dye and Models Sporting round sunglasses, the collection really brings me reminscene of the 1960s. But the pastel hues, sheer and chiffon fabrics, and the silk really bring in such a Modern vibe to the collection.

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Lots of designers have been mixing Casual elements with more Feminine and Dressy elements, and I love Saunders take on that trend. With models Sporting Sporty jackets and tees on the top, and ending Gracefully with a feminine tutu skirt. Definitely a perfect ending to the collection.

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Pictured: Yumi Lambert, Tilda Lindstam, Pauline Hoarau, and Jonathan Saunders

Herve Leger by Max Azria Spring 2014

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Max Azria definitely left us all obsessed after watching his Herve Leger Spring 2014 show. Watching the live stream this afternoon, I was just so obsessed with the leather peplums around the models waist, giving the Iconic hourglass shape a Chic Metallic accent to it. The geometric printed dresses were definitely another hit, in my opinion, but when models started coming out in geometric printed dresses with fringe, I was just amazed by how Beautiful and wearable every single one of these looks are. And seeing those iconic, golden heeled shoes, I was just blown away.

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Pictured: Manon Leloup, Jac Jagaciak, Patrycja Gardygajlo, Pauline Hoarau, Grace Mahary, Jac Jagaciak, and Lubov and Max Azria