My Favorite Moments From Fall 2014 Fashion Week

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New York. London. Milan. And then Paris. After 4 Weeks full of flawless runway fashion, ending with yesterday’s Hermes show, it never hurts to take a look back. Enjoy flipping through the gallery at my favorite moments from Fall 2014 Fashion Week.

Images from NowFashion.com

Francisco Costa Mixes Luxe with Laid Back

Strapless gowns get a casual vibe when in a knit inspired fabric. And the trench coat gets a knit remake. While a fur ballet pink Trenchcoat makes you feel as if you’re curled up on the couch, even when at work or in the classroom. And Flapper inspired sequined shifts go under your staple knitted trench.
Today in New York City, Calvin Klein‘s Francisco Costa presented the Pre-Fall 2014 collection for the brand. Mixing luxe with laid back for an ΓΌber Chic and effortless result.

Classic Staples Get an Edge at Belstaff

A blue tweed trench with leather at the zipper. A military inspired olive colored jacket, buttoned around the neck. And a pleated skirt paired with an edgy suede jacket. As Pre-Fall 2014 Fashion Week is getting closer and closer to it’s peak each day, Belstaff has officially left me all obsessed with their latest collection. While some of my favorite Classic wardrobe staples, like the pleated skirt, the Equestrian Boot, Tweed, and Plaid are featured throughout the collection. They’re paired with pieces such as a leather separates, or cut in a way that it has a more Masculine or edge to it. Each paired black leather wedges or Equestrian boots. For a Chic grunge feel. Which in my opinion, feels so right now when it comes to Streetstyle. Now I can’t wait to see which Supermodel will be first to sport a piece from this collection on the streets of New York, London, Milan, or Paris.

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

Your Classic Work Staples Get a Modern Remake

Pleated Skirt. Trenchcoat. Tweed. The Tweed Pant. LBD. A Classic White Bazer. And even The White Blouse. When most people hear these pieces of clothing, what usually comes to mind is Classic and Conservative staples traditionally seen at an office. Nothing special. Although I do love many of these staples, without an extra pop of color or a print, the ensembles appear to be more on the boring side.

A-list fashion designer, Alexander Wang, known for his edgy and punk New York City girl designs. Has lately been incorporating staples similar to those listed up above into his collections. Explaining the white button downs paired with pleated skirts at his Spring 2014 show, and tweed suits making an appearance in his Resort 2014 collection. And this time, Wang has done the same with the staples listed above in his Pre-Fall 2014 collection. Although the collection may not exactly be appropriate for working in a cubicle, the pieces surely do give those pieces a fresh update. When fringe lines the back of an LBD, Eqesutrian boots take a v-neck plunge, your Classic Black tweed gets a nice pop of bright color, and your white blouse gets some cutouts. Now how about that as wardrobe for in the office?

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

Esther Heesch Glows in Isikla Vals

Decked out in feathered gowns from Jason Wu, Dsquared, Gucci, Christopher Kane, Emilio Pucci, Erdem, Dries Van Noten, and even Christian Dior. 17 year old German Beauty, Esther Heesch Looks as if coming from a Cotillion, posing in front of a bridge in the city of New York, in Vogue Turkey‘s Isikla Vals. Meaning Light Waltz in Turkish, Esther Heesch definately looks ready to do the waltz, in the mist of light on a cold December night.

Photographed by Horst Diekgerdes