Honor went to the sixties with psychedelic prints, knee-length coats and ruffled dresses. The eclectic color palette and dramatic silhouettes add touch of eccentricity to the season.
California bohemian proved to be the theme of BCBG Max Azria’s spring line. Watercolor prints, airy silhouettes and light colors offered a fresh take for the season.
Creatures of Comfort featured a wearable collection featuring everyday uniforms for the modern woman that balanced ease and elegance.
Designers Nicholas and Christopher Kunz found themselves inspired by a safari outing for a spring collection which focused more on functionality than glamour.
A cross between sportswear and street style outing proved to be the wardrobe for the Richard Chai Love woman next spring.
The gowns and dresses at Tadashi Shoji’s spring show proved to be dreamy yet still wearable. Pleated accents, sheer fabrics and close-fitting silhouettes describe the season.
For his next collection, Coach’s Stuart Vevers presented retro inspired looks with unexpected pastels, shaggy coats, flared pants and mini skirts that proved to be a new direction for the label.