Graphic Prints? Plaid? Cara Delevingne Taking a Selfie? All at Giles Fall 2014?

Well, that’s right! You obliviously know that a show becomes unbloggable, when Stars Wars and Graphic prints, Plaid, and 1 Cara Delevingne taking a catwalk selfie are present. For the inspiration, Gilles Deacon decides to look towards the birds, the leaves, the trees, and the future. As birds get embroidered on a sweater and Cocktail dress. Leaves look like statured molecules, when overlapping each other in a futuristicy way. While bugs give printed on feminine and frilly staples, such as ruffles and fringe. It may seem, that the collection may just be as out of this world as Alexander McQueen’s notable Fall 2009 collection, Deacon gives his collection a more Classy and wearable feel, incorporating styles, such as: plaid, high top moccasins, and even an oversize sweater.

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Up on Cloud 9

Tonight, we go to a place far, far away, up in the sky, and in the clouds. Comes an array of the comfiest looking neutral and Wedgewood dyed ensembles, in styles of zig-zags and squiggles, making me think a little of the pajamas that I wore when I was just about 5 years of age, but with a more mature, bold and wearable twist to it. With gowns in all things sheen, and plastered in sheer ruffles, actually looking as if they are clouds from the sky, making you feel as if you are flying in the sky. And even Kim Kardashian’s lil sis, Kendall Jenner, making her runway debut. When new beginnings come for Marc Jacobs, a Stunning finale to New York Fashion Week, (which I’m actually pretty sad to say goodbye to), comes along with it. As writer and Style.com editor, Matthew Schneier had said on Instagram, “‘The skies are above clear again,’ the soundtrack says. Dare to dream, says six inches of snow expected tonight.”

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Effortless Structure at Reed Krakoff

When you compare Reed Krakoff’s Pre-Fall collection, with his Fall collections, you see many similarities. Both collections use animal prints, such as leopard and snakeskin, furs and tweeds as a key fabric, and black & white as the key hues, but unlike Krakoff’s Fall, the Pre-Fall collection lacks one thing: structure. As pencil skirts get embellished in chains. A knit sweater gets fur embellished sleeves. And fabrics of all kinds get layered all together on a strapless gown, creating this such effortless structure.

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Jason Wu Makes his Debut at Hugo Boss

Celebrities like Reese Witherspoon and Anna Wintour front row, a garden like scenery, and Supermodel Stella Tennant making a runway appearance; you know that this is a coveted show. After many seasons of a coveted Hugo Boss show at Berlin Fashion Week, Jason Wu takes the helm at Hugo Boss, moving the Berlin venue, all the way across the Atlantic to New York City. Wu’s first collection at Hugo Boss was most definately not a slip; as there seemed to be this such sleek, Chic polish throughout the collection. As the looks in the collection are very wearable, extremely well-tailored, and not too Preppy to the extreme.

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Simply Sheer & Sheen

Narciso Rodriguez is well-known for his simple, yet functional designs, making him one of the biggest names in fashion to this day. Instead of fine, architectural lines and tailored suits, Rodriguez decides to try something new for his Fall collection, presented last night in New York City: Sheer and Sheen. As Rodriguez’ collection consists of flowing, kind of Spring like, dresses in silk and sheer fabrics, with architectural lines, mixing stripes and sheer fabrics, together, with fabrics like polyester and silk; not exposing anything too body conscious. In the end, shimmer and sheen get put into the fuctional and perfectly wearable collection.

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