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Vera Wang Spring 2014 :
Honestly I did not really care for this collection but Vera Wang gets an honorable mention because , well she is Vera Wang . Some parts of this collection resembled those leis ( you get when you get off the plane to Hawaii) attached to slim mesh dresses. Athletic influences are a big thing for Spring on the New York runways, and Vera is the latest designer to jump into the action . Wang did crop tops and bombers and second-skin dresses, only hers came in gazar, technical mesh, and silk gauze—all in black. The stretch-ponte dresses were anatomically seamed and collaged from panels of sheer mesh and net.
Sass & Bide Spring 2014 :
This fashion duo never disappoints when it comes to new , fresh and hip collections. all the while never forgetting a women wants and needs in her ready to wear .
MM6 Mason Martin Margiela Spring 2014 :
I have two words for this collection translucent bibs ! I am a really big fan of MM6 but this collection did not do it for me . A paper-thin white sheer T-shirt was shown over a V-neck lapelled vest-dress—the cerebral house’s take on underwear-as-outerwear. Meanwhile, a structured trapeze frock was constructed from lace trapped in a see-through film, and a few of the models wore moccasins that were totally translucent. The overall effect was space-age angel.
Narcisco Rodriguez Spring 2014 :
I adore Narciso Rodriguez , I truly do but this presentation was very vanilla to me. He did an amazing job of re-working the half skirt . Ladies get those legs in order because you are showing more of them in his collection. A sleeveless shift was stitched from geometric slices of pastel brocades, and a white slipdress was composed from panels of sheer silk and opaque crepe. The crucial point is: Nothing looked overworked; on the contrary, there was a real sensuality. Perhaps the clothes that best conveyed that were the three slipdresses at the end. Tailoring was everything in this collection .