Chloé Fall 2014 – Lux, Relaxed, & Vibrant

Chloé Creative Director, Clare Waight Keller gives the flowing and relaxed Chloé pieces, a luxurious and vibrant feel. When a fringe trench dresses up a casual purple polo and printed shorts. Casually sheer printed dresses get ready for Fall. While a luscious, draping cape gives a simple t-shirt and shorts look a touch of luxury.

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Vibrant, Flirty, & Feminine Prints at Holly Fulton

Tribal. Floral. Cityscape. And even a Sexy red mani, the hottest bracelets and gadgets. British designer, Holly Fulton, knows how to give any fun and flirty print, a wearable and feminine twist. This season, Fulton incorporates: pastel hues, Sexy yet functional silhouettes, and Dramatic hues such as red and black; while a simple Khaki remains keen, throughout the collection. The collection to wear to perfectly take you from those freelance summer days, into the mists of Fall.

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Alexandre Vauthier Shows his Artsy Side

Today, in Paris, Alexandre Vauthier presents his long awaited Haute Couture collection. This time, the designer shows off his artsy side, mixing it with his Signautre Sensual and Edgy fashion. With a very vibrant color palette, short evening dresses get ruffled all over, an official must-have of mine now. A black sheer, flowing maxi gets a bedazzled belt. Oxblood strapless short dress gets Embrodiered in the style of a weaved belt. A halter maxi gets edgy cutouts and fringe. While a white romper like look, gets edgy with a Golden pointed choker.

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Kenzo Spring 2014

Inspired by the Ocean, I see this very opulence, vibrant, and oeuvre vibe. Kenzo Creative directors, Carol Lim and Humberto Leon use a variety of colors and patterns throughout the collection. The collection begins with an array of monochrome looks, many with fabric cut and put onto dresses, pants, trenches, and tops, for that very Playfullness vibe with the fabrics seen throughout many of the shows throughout Fashion Week. And then switches it up to very vibrant and oeuvre patterns in blues and pinks. Making me wish I was on an expedition in Bali.

Missoni Spring 2014

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Taking inspiration from Indian Sarongs, Volcano inspired prints, the Sea, Flowers, and even Japanese Pop Songs. Angela Missoni incorporated many colors and patterns into her collection. Making it very vibrant, and filled with tons of character.

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And what would make a Missoni collection a Missoni collection without an endless number of Beautiful prints?

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Pictured: Marine Deeluw, Ji Hye Park, Lindsey Wixson, Catherine McNeil, Hanne Gaby, Hedvig Palm, Sasha Luss, and Angela Missoni