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Tadashi Shoji F/W14

Tadashi Shoji  Fall Winter  2014

Tadashi Shoji Fall Winter 2014

 

New York, NY  February 14,  2014

 

For his fall/winter 2014-15 designer Tadashi Shoji  took his clients down a dreamy path of mystery and romance with cocktail and black-tie ensembles for the au courant woman.

Sheaths and long-sleeve gowns were laser cut in neutral palettes of navy and cream. Wooly lace was  chic and pure elegance on circular dresses and column gowns. One particular show-stopper was  a vibrant red crewel embroidery on tulle cape with black panelled detail that literally floated down the runway and dominated the fashion-focused room. Tadashi Shoji has done it yet again, delivering quite the lovely collection for the jovial and elegant woman with many special events in her life.

Tadashi Shoji  Fall Winter  2014

Tadashi Shoji Fall Winter 2014

SON JUNG WAN F/W14

SON JUNG WAN F/W14
SON JUNG WAN F/W14

SON JUNG WAN F/W14

New York, NY  February 12, 2014

Inspired by abstract expressionist Mark Rothko who conveyed poignant sentiments from joy to sadness through color, Son Jung Wan painted her collection with shades of emotion for Fall 2014.

The designer debuted her gold, hazelnut and ivory collection punctuated with jewel tones in sapphires, plums and garnet at Lincoln Center for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week. Unforgettable pieces included cream cashmere sculptural jackets, gold leather leggings, fur coats in vibrant hues and chic gunmetal/multi sequin cocktail dresses.

Those in attendance included former Real Housewife of New York Kelly BensimonAdrienne Bailon of “The Real”, “Gossip Girl’s” Kelly Rutherford and Radio Disney’s Jake Whetter.

SON JUNG WAN F/W14

SON JUNG WAN F/W14

Azede Jean-Pierre Fall Winter 2014

Azede Jean-Pierre

Azede Jean-Pierre

 

New York, NY  February 12,  2014

Azede Jean-Pierre is a young womenswear designer based in NewYork.  Her namesake label has been committed to celebrating the sensual femininity of its customer since the company’s inception in 2012. It is dedicated to pushing the boundaries of functionality and innovation through exploring technique and achieving balance in wearability and design.

Jean-Pierre was born in Pastel Haiti and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. She attended Savannah College of Art and Design and in her third year decided to pursue the launch of her own label. She later moved to New York City and honed her skills interning at Ralph Rucci and Ohne Titel. Soon after Jean-Pierre debuted her first Fall/Winter collection in February of 20l2. In May of 2013, Jean-Pierre’s knit dress was featured on the cover of Women’s Wear Daily and Vogue Italia called her “One to Watch.” Spring 2014 marked the first New York Fashion Week presentation for the designer. The collection was well recieved by the press and immidiatly featured on Elle.com, and WWD online.

Style.com called the designer “The Next Big Thing.” The line was soon picked-up by Moda Operandi & Chalk Boutique in Chicago and the label is the go-to brand for young influential celebrities.

Fall 2014 marks the first New York Fashion Week runway show for the designer.

PHOTOS: Colby Blount

Azede Jean-Pierre F/W14

Azede Jean-Pierre F/W14

 

Azede Jean-Pierre F/W14

Azede Jean-Pierre F/W14

Tracy Reese F/W14

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Tracy Reese F1401New York, NY  February 12,  2014

The Tracy Reese fall 2014 collection draws inspiration from juxtapositions, playing the loud and ecstatic against the pragmatic and quietly complex to create classically modern silhouettes in commanding cloths. The collection takes an intimate look at self-expression, intermixing utility pieces with unique elements that provide pops of personality and spirit. Collection highlights include menswear inspired silhouettes, oversized embroidered sweaters, fringe detailing, gold and gunmetal beading and lamé and heathered tweet knits, anchored by a palette of playful colors that are tempered by neutral, muted tones. A metallic anorak paired with a sexy slip creates an unexpected look that is undeniably modern. Self-expression is perpetuated by collection accents in metallic leathers, ostrich trims and jeweled and feather details.

 

For the fall 2014 season, Tracy Reese partnered with Tide Pods and the CFDA’s Washable Fashion initiative, which seeks to inspire more designers to create garments using washable fabrics.

RICARDO SECO F/W14

Ricardo Seco F/W14

Ricardo Seco F/W14

 

New York, NY – February 12, 2014

Mexican designer, Ricardo Seco, who is known for his no‐nonsense tailoring and sophisticated garments, presented his Fall 2014 collection as part of the official calendar, Monday, February 10 at 5pm, at The Angel Orensanz Foundation Center for the Arts during Mercedes‐Benz New York Fashion Week.

Seco made his New York debut back in 2012 when he became the only Mexican menswear designer to take part in Fashion Week. Two years later, Mexico City’s famous Rufino Tamayo Museum was the setting for his runway show and subsequently he took his collections to Colombia and Miami. This year was his fifth time showing .

The theme that Seco choose for his current creations was the Kennedy era of the 60s. “I took the A‐line silhouette that Jackie liked so much and turned it into a masculine, urban chic style that her son John‐John would have worn,” the designer explained. “The Kennedy style is an American style. A lifestyle trend that is relevant today and timeless.”

The colors chosen by this Latino designer were somewhat unusual as they would more likely appear on a Spring stage. However, Seco used Jackie’s favorite pastels in shades of baby blue, lilac and pink and combines them with wintery shades of navy, gray and New York’s staple…black.

Ricardo Seco F/W14

Ricardo Seco F/W14

 

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