The Cushie et Ochs woman wore seductive, almost warrior inspired looks featuring sexy cut-outs and form-fitting silhouettes fit for a night out on the town or world domination.
Whimsical prints, bright colors and stripes had the Kate Spade woman sticking to her playful and feminine style for the spring season. Bucket style hats add a retro touch to the look.
Zimmermann went bohemian with a touch of edge as light layers, ruffles and pleats produced voluminous silhouettes that skewed on the avant grade side.
Cocktail looks featured skewed proportions for the Monique Lhuiller woman’s spring wardrobe. Metallics, embellishments and iridescent fabrics offered a futuristic take on classic fifties silhouettes.
The spring runway show from Nicole Miller found inspiration in Brazil with optical prints, tropical patterns and easy breezy silhouettes. The juxtaposition of graphic and natural imagery is a sight for the eyes.
Sportswear was the theme of Jason Wu’s spring collection which continued with last season’s theme of minimalism. Daytime separates and gorgeous evening wear gowns were the stand outs.
Sportswear with playful prints including vertical and horizontal stripes transition into glamorous evening wear for the Peter Som woman’s spring wardrobe. The dress shirt also gets an update for the season.
A day at the beach with pastels, flouncy skirts and oversized wide-brimmed hats defined the Rebecca Minkoff woman for spring. The designer also featured 3D prints which the showgoers were given special glasses for.
Wes Gordon offered a clean and modern collection which featured neutral tones that let the clothes talk. Simple does not mean boring though with metal and crystal embellishments as well as asymmetrical hemlines.