whew! #nyfw concluded last night with a bang as always with the marc jacobs show. i see us wearing a lot of navy, buttercream, and white, of course, next spring. it is pretty clear we are all going to be buying some culottes, a slit skirt, and some wider leg pants. and, you might have volume up top OR you might just be buying a crop top to pair with a high waisted skirt or pant (oh, yes! i did just say that!). stripes, well, what can i say? after one week, stripes were so overdone that i am done . . . but then, again, i am kind of crazy for stripes. my favorite trend has to be the butterceam palette combined with the new, fuller volume cuts. this just feels really fresh and stunning. . .
so as #lfw and #pfw and #mfw begin to sequence (#lfw is starting NOW), i will hit you back with just my favorites from the best shows . . . definitely be on the look out for chloé and céline, my two tippy, tippy top favorites.
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the row . . .
the row always takes a month or two to digest before you come around to the genius in it. so, if you aren’t exactly blown away, just wait. the buttercream looks were my favorites from the collection and i think this and the following look were my favorites overall.
rosie assoulin . . . brand to watch . . .
rosie assoulin has been coming on strong for the past couple of seasons and this season was no exception . . . this may be my favorite look from spring. period. perfection. love.
another look from rosie with perfect pitch . . .
rag and bone . . .
rag and bone put out a great collection but this look is my favorite for the cut and butter-creaminess. so cool it is killing me . . .
veronica beard . . .
veronica beard is increasingly one of my favorites. this look really captures THE silhouette for spring. . .
michael kors . . .
kors had a pretty good collection, though I was not as blown away by the blue and yellow prints as I was the looks from his more neutral palette. this look, to me, is classic kors, all american refined chic. love.
this silouette keeps recurring and no one has done it better for spring than kors. it doesn’t get any better than this. . .
tory burch . . .
tory had a pretty good collection. this and the following looks were my favorite. she seems to be able to consistently deliver sportswear that hits the mark between cool and preppy. well done.
nili loten . . . brand to watch . . .
not sure who nili loten is or thinks he/she is, but this collection had me at hello . . . every look, from first to last, has it’s finger on the pulse. word.
calvin klein . . .
calvin klein stayed true to its aesthetic with a super sleek collection this year in navy and buttercream. several looks captured my attention. . .
elizabeth and james . . .
mary kate and ashley olsen’s diffusion line, elizabeth and james (named for their parents) is having a moment for sure. these two looks capture spring 2015 in a nutshell: high waisted skirt, cropped top, stripes, culottes, volume. boom! done! love!
marc jacobs . . .
marc jacobs did an awesome job of bringing up the rear . . . his army of bobbed brunettes in military inspired volume was fascinating to watch . . . kind of considering cutting my hair . . . his looks in deep teal, navy, and buttercream captured my fancy . . . but I am just not yet sold on big buttons . . . what do you think?