Five Stunning Lines From the Spring 2014 NYFW
Even though the New York Fashion Week has only just begun, judging by what we’ve seen so far we can safely assume that the upcoming alternatives for the new spring season will satisfy all tastes regarding elegance and femininity. The designers that showcased their creations during the first two days of the fashion week managed to impress with a comprehensive list of alternatives and outfits, some boasting chic, metallic accents while others were based on elegance and sophistication.
Whatever you’re inclined to go for next season, you will definitely find something of note if you have a look at our brief presentation regarding five of the most incredible lines highlighted during the first 2 days of the NYFW Spring 2014.
Retro Vibes and Metallics at Creatures of the Wind
The designers behind the new Creatures of the Wind collection created an exceptional array of elegant and chic alternatives inspired by supernatural elements and style cues from the 1940s. The line was named The Pale Hyperborea, referring to the ancient Greek paradise, and it included a series of stunning metallic skirts, simple dresses and beautifully tailored jackets.
Masculine/Feminine at Marissa Webb
In a fine example of creativity and vision, Marissa Webb created a magnificent collection that flaunts a blend of both feminine and masculine accents at the same time. This edgy combination gave way to a wide array of impressive designs for these incredible spring 2014 offerings, including chic military-inspired pieces, gorgeous satin dresses and beautifully colored tops.
Nicole Miller’s Sweet Rebellion
The incredible outfits included in Nicole Miller’s new line were inspired in their design by the concept of rebellion, its elements being noticeable especially at the end of the collection when the models highlighted a series of sequined pieces, leather jackets and ripped jeans.
Black and White Charm by Robert Rodriguez
Honoring the fulfillment of 10 years of fruitful activity in the fashion business, designer Robert Rodriguez created an amazing collection for spring 2014 that oozes elegance and fine taste. The pieces were designed with modernism and grace in mind, and they included a series of impressive modern combos and achromatic prints. The theme behind this new line was dubbed African Tribes to Futuristic Warriors.
Grace and Sophistication by Tadashi Shoji
Tadashi Shoji went for highly elegant and noble-looking alternatives for the upcoming spring season such as delicate dresses adorned with gorgeous pastel tones of green, lavender, yellow and lemon complemented by dark shades and geometric prints. This fabulous collection was centered on the Sweet Liberation concept.