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PORSCHE DESIGN F/W14

PORSCHE DESIGN  F/W14

PORSCHE DESIGN F/W14

 

New York, NY  February 14,  2014

The chilly, 1970s vibes of the snowy Alps were awakened in the Porsche Design fall/winter 2014-15 collection. Looks were edgy and modern with accents of frosty metallics, magnetic closures, and lots and lots of leather.

Strong lines and shapes created looks of perfect stature over the body with glazed surfaces and dusty textures, (calling to mind newly fallen snow) on each garment. Accents maintained a linear feel, an unchanging  sleekness of retro proportions, projecting a feel of icicles and snowflakes, with the color coding of the seventies.

PORSCHE DESIGN F/W14

PORSCHE DESIGN F/W14

NAEEM KHAN F/W14

 

NAEEM KHAN  F/W14

NAEEM KHAN F/W14

New York, NY  February 14,  2014

Naeem Khan found inspiration in the sexy, dark world of the cabaret – a boudoir playground of confidence, attitude, and feminine glamour.  The designer gave fresh life and modernity to this era through geometric honeycomb embroidered gowns with three-quarter sleeves, and leopard print charmeuse sheaths.Metallics upped the glitz appeal to a silver and gold harlequin fringe cocktail dress, as well as combining ruby and silver metallic floral jacquard on a draped skirt. We must say, however, that the number one beauty we spotted on that runway was without a doubt a bottle green, miuki beaded strapless gown with coque feather trumpet skirt. Thank you, Naeem Khan.

NAEEM KHAN  F/W14

NAEEM KHAN F/W14

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

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