Enjoy Top Runway Trends from the Fall 2014 New York Fasion Week collections to even consider trying now…
In one of the strongest season’s in recent times at #NYFW, designers did their best to not only update classics, but to rethink approaching cold weather dressing in ways that will have YOU seeking the unexpected when it comes to keeping warm and on trend.
The Ultimate Sweater-
In the midst of a relentless winter, The Row’s deluxe cashmere sweater summed up the season’s call for quiet yet gorgeously combative essentials. And after season’s of heavy prints, how smart does a simple sweater sound?
Teddy bear mania is on the rise after Max Mara’s coveted camel coat for Fall 2013 but leave it to New York designers to appropriate the look with updated takes on jackets and genius polar fleece style outerwear.
Tie One On-
A styling trick that proved cool at Celine and Nina Ricci for Fall 2013 trickled down to great effect at many of the recent New York shows. Call it of the moment, but it looks oh so cute.
While many a designer played with collaged prints this season, there’s no denying the lengthening appeal of a monochrome ensemble. Just be sure to keep it current with plays on tonal texture.
The Longer Line-
The somber mode sweeping over runways during #NYFW provided longer hemlines that were thoughtfully approached and far from fussy and dowdy. Victoria Beckham was on to something with her use of gilt chain closures.
In keeping with the practical requisites of winter gear, outerwear came in generous volumes and desirable silhouettes. Whether tunic length or maxi and full bodied, who can’t take comfort in a roomy coat?Published on February 13, 2014