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

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 über Chic and effortless result.

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

Vacation-Inspired Just Cavalli Prints Get a Fall Twist

Beautiful Cavalli prints of paisley, in bubbly hues of Daffodil, Cobalt, Aqua, Ballet Pink, Hot Pink, and Lavender. All I can think of Etro‘s Spring 2014 collection, my favorite collection during the Spring 2014 fashion season, and begging to go on a vacation to Bora Bora. But when mixed with staples of leather, baggy pants, fringe, and animal prints; you feel as if you have the perfect wardrobe to transfer you from Summer and into Fall.

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

The Burberry Prorsum Girl On an International Voyage

From New York City, to London, to Washington DC, and even China. The Burberry Prorsum girl evokes on an International Voyage this Pre-Fall 2014 season. When t-shirts plastered with drawings of some of the World’s most remarkable landmarks, are paired with pencil skirts in baroque patterned silk. Come with trenches in Beautiful paisley printed styles, and even in an Native American inspired print. Even a Map of New York City is plastered onto one of these Iconic trenches!!!!! And dresses in Geometric inspired prints, and lace. But don’t forget that Classic fur seen everywhere during Fall 2013 Fashion Week. Just simply put on your favorite Burberry Prorsum pumps or wedges with your favorite trench, and you’re set to go evoke on an international voyage, yourself. Burberry Prorsum style!

Images from Style.com. View the full collection at Style.com!