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Must mention from NYFW

While the first half of the Proenza Schouler collection didn’t really convince me, the second half was magical. I can’t get enough of those shimmery pleated skirts with the crop tops and the boxy jumpers. Great silhouettes and beautiful color palette.Proenza Schouler SS14Louise Goldin’s spring/summer ’14 collection is just too cute. She takes the tennis player look from the court to the streets and I love it.
Louise Goldin SS14Can’t really talk about fashion week without mentioning Alexander Wang, who brought back logo mania this year. If I could have one item it would be the parental advisory sweater – this is for sure the hot piece.Alexander Wang SS14

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NYFW: Rag & Bone

This one is going to be hard to beat. The Rag & Bone S/S 2014 collection is that good. And it’s so me! It is like they made my sartorial dreams come true and presented exactly what I want to wear right now – which is the only thing that makes me doubt the success of this collection: Will it still be cool in 2014? It’s very nineties with the neckholder crop tops, thin straps, dungarees and bare belly buttons and it’s combined with sportswear which is also very now. Somehow I feel if they had launched this collection last year it would have felt more new and innovative but now I feel like David Neville and Marcus Wainwright simply jumped on the bandwagon of cool with this collection. Nevertheless, I love it and I do not mind whatsoever that the 90s will stick around for another season. All those shimmery dresses, sheer fabrics and the polo shirts are fantastic and don’t get me started on those shoes! Here are some of my favorite looks (via Style.com)

Rag & Bone SS14Rag & Bone SS14

look.. Theyskens’ Theory

I particularly enjoyed this collection shown at NYFW. Lots of sheer and leather and the contrast of hard and soft could also be seen in the silhouettes. Their girl looks tough, confident and independent. Very wearable collection, very street. Loved it.

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