Rising Ukraine talent Yasya Minochkina presents her Spring/Summer 2014 lookbook in which the pieces are sophisticated and minimalistic, a bit sporty and edgy.
LFW: Meadham Kirchhoff Spring/Summer 2014
The Meadham Kirchoff Spring 2014 show was nothing short of incredible. Named ‘Ante Dominai’ (a typo for ‘Ante Domini’ – “the time before God”), the collection brought together sartorial tropes from different historical periods to engender a celebration of fashion and femininity.
LFW: KTZ Spring/Summer 2014
KTZ offered some great pieces this season: graphic monochrome contrasted with diaphanous, billowing outerwear, and a selection of geometric floral prints reminiscent of Islamic mosaics.
LFW: Erdem Spring/Summer 2014
Erdem's latest collection is a doozy! Accompanied by live music on cello and grand piano, the collection opened with deconstructed monochrome looks which at first glance seemed under-par for the Canadian born designer, however, closer inspection revealed just how special Erdem's offerings for SS14 were.
#LFW: MARY KATRANTZOU FALL/WINTER 2013
Never one to skimp on details, Mary Katrantzou once again really turns out this season! All of the pieces were classic Katrantzou, bubbling with scenic photo prints, origami-style pleats, and strong, structured shoulders.
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Designer: James Long
A melting pot of seasons past with a hand from the brush of an artist, James Long advances his strengths in deconstruction and knitwear for a spring outing of a colorful magnitude. As relaxed silhouettes provided the canvas, vivid splashes of color created the season’s unique patterns for an eclectic yet chic statement. Check out the rest of the show after the jump: