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NYFW Fall 2014: Ruffian

NYFW Fall 2014: Ruffian

February 9, 2014

For such a small collection, Ruffian created quite a theatrical show early in the morning at Lincoln Center with a dramatic version of Blondie’s “Rapture” meets monastery monks as a soundtrack. The silks with voluminous silhouettes and Elizabethan collars added to theatrics that were inspired by art in the 1400’s, veering quite far away from their usual youthful tone. The color palette was strong with striking combinations like red Hue tights mixed with powder blue against a muted

NYFW Fall 2014: Kate Spade

NYFW Fall 2014: Kate Spade

February 8, 2014

While creative director Deborah Lloyd didn’t reinvent the wheel for Kate Spade‘s fall 2014 collection, her recent trip to Asia was a fun inspiration to the usual feminine and preppy line. We saw the usual color palette of primaries and pinks ranging from neon to pastel, along with gold and black. Standout pieces were what the brand earned their popularity from, handbags, which included a realistic-looking birdcage bag complete with bird, a fan style clutch, and Chinese takeout

NYFW Fall 2014: Desigual

NYFW Fall 2014: Desigual

February 8, 2014

Desigual is known for their bold patterns and colors, always taking inspiration from their native Barcelona, Spain. They’re also known for being one of the more fun shows at Lincoln Center. Models strutted down with hearts and high-fives, yet this youthful brand had quite the sophisticated collection—note the gold tipped finger gloves—with gold jacquard and coordinating jewel tones and quite a bit of red, evoking the “Love In The City” theme to the collection. All photos by Photo:

NYFW Fall 2014: Whit

NYFW Fall 2014: Whit

February 7, 2014

Whit kicked off the official first day of NYFW at Inglot Studios in Chelsea Market. Designer and member of the CFDA incubator program, Whitney Pozgay was inspired by Scandinavian art and folklore and it was evident with the modern Heidi-style hair and quirky styling, complete with jewelry from fellow indie darling, Lizzie Fortunato and a new shoe collaboration. The pieces were feminine, quirky, yet all wearable, with standouts that included ink patterned prints, nubby sweaters, a furry jacket, fuller patterned
 

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