Thursday, September 5, 2013

Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week | Spring/Summer 2014 | DAY 1

New York Fashion Week 2014 Day 1
Pic: Trendwire.com Graphic: Andy.

It officially started. Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week, Spring/Summer 2014 was packed this year with a lot more changes than expected, with Zero Maria Cornejo out of the calendar and Costello Tagliapietra opening their fashion show in the first day. BCBG Max Azria, L.A.M.B, and Richard Chain Love were also a couple of the main designers who presented theirs shows today. Don't want to miss any of the shows? Click here to see the whole schedule for NYFW 2014.

EN ESPAÑOL:
Empezó oficialmente el Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week, Primavera/Verano 2014, el cual trajo sorpresas en su primer día: Zero Maria Cornejo no aparece en ninguna parte del calendario y Costello Tagliapietra presentaron su show cuando ya es tradicional que su pasarela esté en medio o a final de la semana. BCBG Max Azria, L.A.M.B, y Richard Chain Love fueron algunos de los diseñadores principales que presentaron también sus pasarelas el día de hoy. Quieres saber cuales son las pasarelas que se presentaran durante el New York Fashion week? Da click aquí para ver el calendario completo.

These are my favorite looks for each show ¡Enjoy!
(Estos son mis looks favoritos de cada diseñador, disfruten)

- BCBG Max Azria -

BCBG MAX AZRIA Spring Summer 2014 NYFW
Pic: Style.com Graphic: Andy.

BCBG MAX AZRIA Spring Summer 2014 NYFW
Pic: Style.com Graphic: Andy.

If I could describe the entire collection in one word, it'd be: Delicate. Everything was absolutely planned to make the collection very appealing to feminine women who enjoy the simplicity of solid colors and the mix-and-match of intricate prints. The collection started with beautiful white on white, blue, gray, and washed nude under tones ensembles, to surprise us all with beautiful touches of baby pink. It then proceed with instrumented looks with organic and floral prints on them, to end with beautiful ensembles in total black and black and white. It was an exquisite collection. ¡Also very sporty and full of trends, such as the crop-tops and cut-outs!

- Costello Tagliapietra -

Costello Tagliapietra New York Fashion Week 2014
Pic: Style.com Graphic: Andy.

Pic: Style.com Graphic: Andy.

I love these guys, they always present clothing that express happiness and they show an amazing research on the woman's body. This is one of my favorite collections from them because of the colors and the silhouettes. Every ensemble is absolutely wearable and they have that commercial touch that we all love and adore. I'm in love with the tangerine tango looks, the colorful pants, and the mini bags. This collection definitely talks about spring and summer.  


- Richard Chain Love -

Richard Chain Love New York Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014
Pic: Style.com Graphic: Andy.

Richard Chain Love New York Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014
Pic: Style.com Graphic: Andy.

Can we talk about how genius the usage of color was in this collection? At first I thought it'd be another all-white-looks collection, but then we see the red, the washed baby blue, the emerald green, the little accent of khaki in the male numbers, and the spectacular closing of those dramatics looks in total black. The designer covered everything, and I'm still thinking about those beautiful red on white stripes and floral prints seen in some of the pieces. ¡Beautiful!

- L.A.M.B -

L.A.M.B New York Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014
Pic: Style.com Graphic: Andy.

L.A.M.B New York Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014
Pic: Style.com Graphic: Andy.

L.A.M.B is one of those brands that never disappoints when it comes to showcase the hottest trends of the season. And I'm starting to think that bright orange colors such as tangerine tango is coming back, also washed blues, mirrored prints, and everything black and white. This is one of those commercial brands that I always highly anticipate because of their innovation, this year Gwen Stefani kinda lacks in that department yet she delivered a strong-solid collection.   

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