After a successful debut collection for fall, Balenciaga creative director Alexander Wang ushered in a new ease for the label’s spring collection with sporty touches, pretty pastels and sheer fabrics.
Carven creative director Guillaume Henry showcased neon camouflage, gingham prints, pastel separates and romantic details for the label’s spring 2014 collection.
Balmain found inspiration in Parisian glam 90s style with a spring collection of gingham prints, overalls and houndstooth prints. Boxy jackets paired with flared skirts added a flirty take to the new season.
Rick Owens ditched traditional models for a runway show featuring girls from four American step teams. The girls danced in the spring 2014 collection for an energetic show featuring a modified version of Owens’ signature silhouettes and color palette.
Nina Ricci’s Peter Copping kept it light and feminine for spring, creating softer versions of menswear inspired basics like dress shirts or waist coats.
Barbara Bui embraced denim for the spring season, made with a sporty edge that fit well for a cool, daytime wardrobe.
Alber Elbaz found a way to make a collection full of shine and metallics luxe for Lanvin’s spring 2014 collection. Opulent lamés and rich brocades brought a polished finished to the brand’s elegant styles.
Ann Demeulemeester explored rocker chic looks with a romantic edge for her spring 2014 collection which struck a chord with an art nouveau aesthetic.