|Co. FW 14/15|
Well, well, well... New York Fashion Week wraps up the catwalks in a couple of days with Marc Jacobs (am I the only one dying to know what le enfant terrible is about to show after leaving Louis Vuitton?). So far we've had some glimpses of geniality, a lot of modern minimalisms and odd (in an inovative, fresh way) stylings. It's been visual music to inspire us and make our creative selves tick. Let the changing breez take over!
Shall we go through another round of the outfits I loved the most?
Like a Boss
|3.1 Phillip Lim FW 14/15|
|Alexander Wang FW 14/15|
A leather rigid top under a straight, work-uniform-like, dress with horse riding inspired over the knee boots? That's just smart.
|J. Crew FW 14/15|
A high end denim coat over satiny track pants paired with a crips white shirt and pointy shoes are totally the new "black tie" suit. What a magic trick!
Prep & Crisp
|Jil Sander Navy FW 14/15|
|Milly FW 14/15|
Please note: Sheer pencil skirt are gonna be iconic this spring! Why not stepping up your game and start wearing the breezy ones that will up next fall already? Just sayin'... ;)
|Prabal Gurung FW 14/15|
|Rodarte FW 14/15|
The it dress
|The Row FW 14/15|
The black masculine shoes with grey socks are an odd match to the dress. However, they make perfect sense within the collection's concept. I like them there because they show some sort of symbiosis between the masculine and feminine aesthetics. Feet on the ground, heads up in heaven.
|Theory FW 14/15|
To be honest, I can't really tell if I'm looking at a jacket over a skirt and shorts or at a jackets that elongates assymetrically as a sensuos dress. But that's the very reason why I love it. For its mysterious ways. The outfit starts out masculine and quite stiff, then gradually breakes into beautifully constructed curves that lead it to a delicious feminine soul. Brilliant!
|Victoria Beckham FW 14/15|
I know it's a total black outfit. But I can only see sweetness there. Not the sticky, mellow kind though. It's a delicacy of soft lines and volumes that balance nicely an otherwise straight, purist silhouette. Charming!