It’s already been a almost week since the start of New York Fashion Week, and with day six coming to a close it was nothing short of spectacular. Big name designers showed off their collections and wowed the fashion world with stunning patterns, bright colors, and chic designs. We highlighted our favorite runways below.
The first show of the day came from Tory Burch who is known for her bohemian/preppy style. Her Spring 2014 collection was the perfect look for any woman; warm colors and garments that ranged anywhere from little dresses and to fitted pants to bathing suits. The collection was made perfectly for spring, whether you are going on a tropical vacation or a garden party on a warm spring day. The magnificent choice of the colors blue, green, and white, along with the adorable floral and checkered patterns, made Burch’s collection fun and bright.
American designers, Mark Badgley and James Mischka are known for their light flowing red carpet evening wear. That sophisticated elegance really came through today with light flowing colors that ranged everywhere from pearl white to baby blue. There was an appearance by the trendy pinks and red that splashed the gowns to add a hint of brightness. Every model looked stunning in the perfectly fitted bodices and mermaid bottoms. The collection screamed spring time with gorgeous light colors that can be worn anywhere from a Red Carpet to a spring time wedding. There are no other words to describe this collection other than gorgeous. The looks were feminine, graceful and simply beautiful.
New York native, Vera Wang is known for her stunning and intricate bridal gowns that woman all over the world clamor for. Front and center were the stars that came to see what Vera has worked so hard on, the faces of Giuliana Rancic and John Legend, to name a few. Vera went for a more simplistic collection that consisted of gorgeously constructed garments with fantastic lines. The beginning of the show started with black top and bottom separates that quickly turned into a collection of little black dresses. A few gowns were a stunning cobalt blue that blended in with the walkway. Vera mostly kept to a modest color pattern of black, blue and white. Towards the end of the collection the gowns were burst with the colors of sunflower yellow and bright red.
Sisters Kate and Laura Mulleav,y who founded the Rodarte brand, create dresses for movies and celebrities that have an air of elegance with a twinge of punk. Their Spring 2014 collection was heavy in rock and grunge. Black, white, leopard print and leather came streaming down the runway. The hair and makeup were simple with loose pony tails and backwards baseball caps. The collection took youthful street wear and blended a mix of couture. Some outfits had vests, some even had scorpions – causing the collection to speak volumes.
At around 2 pm India-born fashion designer Naeem Khan showed his spring 2014 collection. The gowns were gorgeous in light peach and pink hues. A few pieces in the collection stood out in red and black. The fit of the garments were perfect, but it was the detail and design that went into each dress that was awe inspiring. Many gowns have amazing bead work that dazzled down the runway. One of the most fantastic designs was the red print the represented henna art. Everything from a multi-color block print to a sheer and black tea length dress looked stunning. The biggest gown of the in the collection was the wedding gown. With a model in a gorgeous ball gown, accessorized with a vale and red flowers.
Israeli designer Alon Livne loved fashion since a young age. After winning the Israeli version of Project Runway, Livne’s career has skyrocketed. Most recently, he designed the outfits for Beyonce’s Mrs. Carter World Tour. So it’s no shock that his Spring 2013 collection was going to be exciting. The colors and fabric makes this collection stands out from the rest. With bright pinks, blues, and green on leathers and shiny materials that glimmer in the spot light. This was a collection that wanted to stand out. Overall, the collection seemed to have different influences that streamed together to form a cohesive line. One outfit resembled a Japanese kimono; some looked like modern pieces of art, while others had a futuristic feel.