September 17, 2014

More Important Looks from the NYFW Spring 2015 Collections

You’ve heard from me regarding the top looks and trends from a slew of New York Fashion Week shows, so now it’s time to find out what Fashion Pulse Daily’s writing team found that epitomized a designer’s collection and the season as a whole. Read on below for four writers’ take on the most memorable looks of the season:

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Veronica Beard: Mod shapes presented in pastel hues and prints inspired by nature were the name of the game at Veronica Beard, where fiercely feminine designs — grounded by key power pieces — created a balanced collection of quintessential springtime styles.

-Mary Hornak

 

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August Getty: This look epitomizes August Getty’s S/S collection motif of super clean and refreshing. The dress is feminine, structural and geometric, with a gorgeous lace overlay, one of several similar pieces seen throughout the collection.

-Maddie Freeman

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Duckie Brown: This metallic and plaid look from the Duckie Brown’s S/S lineup emulate the vibe of the collection. Clean-cut neutrals easily compliment vibrant colors and chic patterns. Each look appeared to seamlessly transition to the next, giving the collection unity.  and clarity
-Maddie Freeman
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Academy of Art- Szu Chi Huang: Designer Szu Chi Huang’s black and white six-look collection was anything but conventional. Printed trousers and dresses were paired with white, sculpted tops and woven outerwear.
-Molly Donnellon
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[Image via the Academy of Art University School of Fashion facebook page]

Academy of Art- Die Zhou: Sparkling tweeds in sweet pastels were in the spotlight for Die Zhou’s graduate collection. Long sleeves and bare ankles complemented the artfully draped pieces.
-Molly Donnellon
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Zimmermann: The variety of Zimmermann’s Spring 2015 collection made it nearly impossible to choose an all-encompassing look. Flowing lace, shiny suits, and subtle metallic characterized the pieces, which were inspired by the dreamy images of a tarot deck.
-Molly Donnellon
Stella Nolasco spring 2015
Stella Nolasco: The designer brought her hometown of Puerto Rico to fashion week with an inspired color palette of rich orange, blue, yellow, and white, with silhouettes ranging from cropped tops,pants, shorts, jumpsuits, skirts, floor length gowns, to mid-length dresses with open back detail.
-Janet Cohen

[Image by Anton Oparin]

[Image by Anton Oparin]

Katya Leonovich: The designer introduced a collection of futuristic fashions this season, layering 3-dimensional appliqués over asymmetrical silhouettes. Swimwear styled with transparent, over-the-knee boots and fitted looks crafted from vibrant tech mesh brought pops of color to the metallic palette that dominated her collection.
-Mary Hornak

Czar by Cesar Galindo: This season for the Czar lineup, Galindo wasn’t afraid in the least to show skin while also maintaining sophistication. I loved how he also was able to a lot of draping without compromising the structure of his garments.

-Chase Elliott

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