Fashion Week Roundup

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I love the fact that fashion week begins with New York City, basically the only place to be and be considered living in my opinion. The vibes of Spring/Summer 2014 Ready-to-Wear was very laid back, minimal effort, blacks, whites, and taupes. There were a few designers who went full force creativity wise, highlighted below, and that is exactly what I adore seeing. As an aspiring designer, I love to mix prints, take risks, splash color, and make use of accessories! That was the downfall in many collections this year. Although we can all appreciate effortless beauty, this is S/S we're talking about, where was the damn ambiance?! Nonetheless, the collections were gorge and you could see the work put in. Not to mention the amount of ethnic models on the catwalk this season! I discovered many new or not as known designers that I immediately fell in love with. Here are some of my personal faves.

xxoo missusmonroe

Jen Kao, S/S '14

Jeremy Scott

Proenza Schouler

Rachel Zoe

Betsey Johnson

Marc Jacobs

Maison Martin Margiela

Michael Kors

Thom Browne

Zero + Maria Carnejo

Alexander Wang

And we can't forget about our favorite celebs/bloggers who not only attended but slayed the scene. Some of my faves include:

Natalia Kills

La Vagabond Dame

Rumi Neely



Diane von Furstenburg
DVF went with her classic style as always. I loved this collection. There was nothing completely out there, which I appreciate. Just marketing for that older 20's girl who has a built life but needs to remain chic.

I also loved Osklen's collection, as well. I'm a fan of simple designs but bold styles.  
And a man's good looks can't hurt!

Love you all,
Sade & Lola