NYFW: Jeremy Scott Spring/Summer 2014
We weren’t quite ready for an acid trip, but we expected one. Jeremy Scott’s Teenagers from Mars collection was a blast of candy colors, space-age graphics, pop oldies, ’60s mod, and ’70s gaud. It harkened to the kitsch of the past but took us to the future. Full show after the jump:
LFW: Burberry Prorsum Spring/Summer 2014
Burberry has revealed its spring/summer 2014 collection at the start of the London Fashion Week, but those in the audience who paid close attention would have noticed something very different from previous years.
As the models, including Cara Delevingne, walked down the long catwalk in front of celebrities like Harry Styles, Sienna Miller, Paloma Faith and others, they were being filmed not by the latest 4K camera, or in 3D, but by the new still-to-be-released iPhone 5S.
NYFW: Edun Spring/Summer 2014
There was more than big, bold graphics on display at the Spring/Summer 2014 collection of Edun, the label founded by rocker Bono and his wife, Ali Hewson.
NYFW: Prabal Gurung Spring/Summer 2014
Prabal Gurung’s spring 2014 collection toed the line between futuristic and retro-inspired with a showing of bold colors and body-hugging dresses of bonded satin. Adorned with dynamic prints ranging from floral to space age lines and graphics, models strutted the runway in sixties style cat eye glasses.
NYFW: Alexander Wang Spring/Summer 2014
His collections have become some of the most anticipated to grace the catwalks of New York City, for Spring 2014, Alexander Wang was having a ’90s moment. Men’s shirting fabrics played a major role, as did Alexander Wang’s logo which was laser cut onto tops, dresses and gloves. Watch the full show after the jump:
NYFW: Jen Kao Spring/Summer 2014
A 70s dream. Jen Kao named her spring collection “Hounds & Hair”, entirely appropriate as models paraded down the runway with flowing, long blonde locks and matching blonde Afghan Hounds on leash. Dogs on the catwalk, if you will.
#MFW: GUCCI FALL/WINTER 2013
Gucci's Fall/Winter 2013 was strong, sexy, confident, and quite refined. The brand's pregnant creative director Frida Giannini took ladylike shapes and subverted them with hard-edged, forthrightly sexy materials and styling.