FEMALE FASHION SPRING/SUMMER 2013
New York's Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week is the must-attend
event of editors, celebs and designers, bloggers, and fashion lover from around
the world. One of the most higly anticipated event of the global fashion
industry, the Mercedes-Benz fashion week is said to be where designers are
entrenched at the helm of the fashion industry and trends discovered. Fashion
week in itself, is a fashion industry event, lasting approximately one
week, which allows fashion designers, brands or "houses" to display
their latest collections in runway shows and buyers and the media to take a
look at the latest trends. Most importantly, these events let the industry know
what's "in" and what's "out" for the season. From runway to
high street, Fashion Week is instrumental in setting trends and influencing our
wardrobes. This year the designer took the niche a bit higher by going
overboard with amazing designs guaranteed to delight the fashion lovers heart.
Marc Jacobs went big on vertical stripes and bold checks in Op-Art
patterns for Spring 2013. Featured also in his collections were tailored
jackets cut short at the rib cage while pencil skirts or pants were slung low
on the hips to expose bare midriffs .Calvin Klein showed off “seductive lines” in hues of black and white in sensual
details while Juicy Couture choose to
ignore the black and white hues trend, by going strong, in vivid colours showcasing playful sets, flirty skirts, stripes and tracksuits.
Jill Stuart’s spring is based on the various shades of nude,
with a strong 20s to 50s slant in her
designs. Beige, apricot, black and sea foam were her colours of choice.
Tea-length dresses were styled with cage-net ones, a crop-bustier was worn under a stunning
trench coat, and Stuart’s feminine styles were very obvious in a magnificent
A-line skirt or a dress with flutter sleeves. In a colourful pattern and
texture-filled ode to the 70s, To Custo Barcelona Spring was a colourful
pattern and texture-filled ode to the 70s tinged with a hint of Africa/Spanish.
His collection featured many geometric shapes, fringes, neon bright, layers,
hot shorts, bustier and tinted sunglasses.
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