NYFW

#NYFW Recap: @ToryBurch

The fashion elite, including Anna Wintour, Bill Cunningham and even top a blogger like Leandra Medine of Man Repeller gathered in the David H. Koch Theater in Lincoln Center early this morning for the Tory Burch spring 2014 show. The floors were covered in what looked like a swimming pool as the sun began to break through the tall windows, which turned out to be the perfect setting for the 60’s inspired collection. While Burch has evolved quite
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#NYFW Recap: @AliceAndOlivia

It was “All American” scene at the Highline Stages for the Alice and Olivia by Stacey Bendet spring 2014 presentation. The collection was prep-meets-pretty with looks that included a polo paired with a printed maxi skirt, as well as full skirts and crop tops in saccharin colors. Much of Bendet’s romanticism included an edgy twist, complete with sky high platform espadrilles, ear cuffs and lots of black and leather (even in crop tops!). There was something for everyone,
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#NYFW Recap: @TrinaTurk and @MrTurk

If you lived in some time warp of the 1970’s on the Pacific Coast and modern times, you would be wearing this Trina Turk collection for spring 2014. It was an exciting show for Californian-born Turk, who in addition to showing her signature printed beachwear and women’s collection at The Studio in Lincoln Center, presented both the quirky “Mr. Turk” men’s line, which will be debuting in specialty stores in the spring, and the launch of her shoe
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#NYFW Recap: @Lela_Rose

Last season, Lela Rose had one of the stand out shows with a beautiful yet dark fairy tale story told. This season, she continued to toy with some of those dark elements, but took her collection in a totally new direction, inspired by Danish industrial design and the lines of mid-century modern furniture. The show began with geometric printed separates and most notably coats with bold contrasting shapes. The gold foil crumbles that Ted Gibson applied to models’
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