H&M Goes Boho – After showing a runway collection in Paris last season, fast fashion giant H&M opted to do an intimate presentation for the spring 2014 season. The new outing features a rock n roll, bohemian inspired aesthetic. “I love the personality at H&M this spring. Style is about expression and creating your own personal wardrobe. New, urban tomboy essentials and boho separates allow today’s woman to become their own icon,” says Ann-Sofie Johansson, H&M’s Head of Design. The silhouettes and details are “hippie chic” with a focus on fringe, ruffles and lace in deep midnight blues and blacks. Check out more previews from the spring collection below.
Erin Fetherston Spring – Designer Erin Fetherston’s eponymous label embraces romantic fantasy for the spring 2014 season. Fetherston was inspired by the vision of a garden party for her latest outing of flirty silhouettes and feminine colors. Dresses are maxi length, embellished with lace and organza embroideries while the shorter hemlines are light and bouncy; shaped with ruffles and a-line skirts. With a dreamy color palette of creamy white, poppy and zinnia; the Fetherston woman no doubt embraces her feminine and girly side for spring.
Anna Sui Resort – Anna Sui’s resort 2014 collection prides itself on light and sweet style with an outing of bright floral and fruit prints. Silhouettes are 30s inspired, with hemlines reaching above the knee. The collection itself is broken into four different sections, but a strong bohemian influence runs throughout the entire season. A varied color palette of teal, cream, plum, jade and periwinkle offers a whimsical look at resort. In addition to to the collection’s many dresses, the Sui woman wears boyfriend and military jackets, cardigans, beach cover-ups and school blouses for the transitional season.