Fall 2014 / Trend report
Fashion, Trend

Fall 2014 / Trend report

Fall 2014 / Trend report

The Warm and Fuzzies for cold nights.

It wouldn’t be Fall without a bevy of plush furs. This season, designers cozied up to cuddly shearling.
While it’s difficult to beat Miuccia Prada’s color-blocked coats,Burberry had a close runner-up in statement-making hand/painted coat.

Here are the three look from the best designers:

(Oscar de la Renta, Burberry, Prada)

Color Therapy for your soul.

Good thing that designers packed the runways with such unexpected, vibrant hues. Color blocking is out, mixing
colors is in. It’s just amazing how designers made this work.

Here are the three look from the best designers:

(Balmain, Versace, Dior)

 

Knitting and knitting…

Has there been a season in which knitwear claimed more runway real estate than Fall 2014?
Trust me, though, these weren’t your run-of-the-mill sweaters. This is just soo inspirational.

Here are the three look from the best designers:

(Salvatore Ferragamo, Marc Jacobs, Celine)

Amazing winter prints?

Print isn’t quite dead yet. Featuring frenetic patterns that pulsed like electronic dance music. Rave on. Cool and edgy.

Here are the three look from the best designers:

(Chanel, Kezno, Marc by Marc Jacobs)

To normaln? No!

Normcore is more than a buzzy meme. Designers in all four cities embraced the concept of standing out by blending in.
Breathtaking and something fresh.

Here are the three look from the best designers:

(Armani, Hugo Boss, Hermes)

Youth is back!

Fall’s retro trend crystallized in Paris with major houses from Saint Laurent to Valentino to Louis Vuitton,
breathing new life into sixties dolly-bird dresses. Paired with cool Chelsea boots or zippy flats.
The bags at Louis Vuitton are unbelievable.

Here are the three look from the best designers:

(Valentino, Saint Laurent, Louis Vuitton)

The Illusionists

When it comes to red-carpet fare, we welcome any deviation from predictable strapless mermaid gowns.
For Fall, designers including Nina Ricci’s Peter Copping, Mary Katrantzou,
and Givenchy’s Riccardo Tisci spiced things up with long dresses that were subtly (or not so subtly) sheer.
They almost looked like tattoos on the body.

Here are the three look from the best designers:

(Mary Katrantzou, Givenchy, Nina Ricci)

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