New York’s latest fashion season came to a chilly close, a seasonally appropriate end to an otherwise uncomfortably hot and humid week. The fashion-forward hit the city streets in head-to-toe black, boots, and layers of leather, despite the high temperatures. Trend-spotters and bloggers snapped away from both sidewalks and runways, documenting the most important time of year for style in America’s fashion capital. Black, white, and yellow was the oft-seen color palette for Spring/Summer 2014, while crop tops and drop-crotch pants proved to be trends with serious staying power. Leather was everywhere, yet again, along with revealing cutouts and and sheer layers. Metallic fabrics and accents popped up in gold, silver, and even purple, while stripes, spots, florals, and digital graphics dominated prints. So amongst hundreds of garments, what stood out? Here’s my Spring/Summer 2014 season roundup:
Houghton and Charlotte Ronson presented cute collections bursting with gamine innocence and femininity.
Steven Khalil and Nicola Finetti repped Australia with aplomb, while Skingraft’s L.A. cool gave New York style a run for its money.
Organic by John Patrick and the stunning Tessellation by Titania Inglis implemented eco-friendly fabrics and sustainability-oriented techniques.
Unique New York:
Azede Jean-Pierre debuted a bright, bubbly collection of prints unlike anything else on display this season, while Mathieu Mirano stunned with his unique brand of sexy sophistication.
Cages and Cuffs:
Ken Borochov and Heidi Gardner represented opposite ends of the jewelry spectrum, each bringing a beautiful and entirely different take on accessorizing.
A big thank you from everyone at Nu Mode´ Magazine who made such an exciting season possible.
Nu-Mode´Coverage Alexandra Stevens