Friday, March 1, 2013

NYFW | Day 3



After the second day of New York Fashionweek there came the third day out of all eight. At the third day of fashionweek in the fashioncapital of the world it was time for Lacoste, Jill Stuart and Hervé Leger.I've always loved Hervé Leger and Jill Stuart, their stuff is so pretty and wearable. Lacoste is more the sporty side of me, sometimes I've got this mood of course:)

Lacoste was really bringing colorblocking back in, sometimes even combined with transparent fabrics. They did take a risk with the transparency, it could've looked trashy, but luckily for Lacoste it turned out to be anything than trashy. What I also noticed were all the long and wide coats again, a lot of shows this season have some wide and long coats in their collection.


                                    








Jill Stuart was all about the prints and wavy dresses. There was, as always, a lot of feminine in the collection. In my opinion every women would like to wear Jill Stuart. The strong collection disappoints no one, exactly what I was thinking before I even saw the pictures of the show. Jill Stuart never, ever disappoints anyone. The collections are always strong and wearable, mixed with a lot of feminine and at the same time really classy. Seriously Jill Stuart is one of my favourite designers and now you guys know why. 

Hervé Leger by Max Azria was a great show. It's amazing how Max Azria can design collections like this one. He combines lace and the figures of the models together. That basically creates some wonderful looks. This whole collection isn't just a normal collection. He knows exactly what women want. How? I really have no freaking idea, but he's just a genius. A lot of prints were also found in this collection and I loved every single piece of the fall and winter collection of 2013. The models also worn almost all caps, which brings a bit of a tomboy look into the classy looks. Absolutely stunning!

First two pictures are of Hervé Leger, second two are from Jill Stuart:)



 

   

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