NYFW Recap: F/W 2014
Posted: Mar 04 2014
In the midst of the Polar Vortex nightmare, it just so happened to be NYFW. Despite the icy streets, unbearable wind chill, and snow boots being your best accessory – fashion week ended up being an eventful and successful 7 days. Venues varied from the usual Lincoln Center and Pier 59, and some of my favorite locations were at Duane Park and Brooklyn Navy Yard. I felt like this season’s venue choices and presentations were more intimate than others (it could have been because of the extreme weather temps), but nevertheless I was more than impressed with the shows I attended. A few things that were notable in all the shows for the upcoming season were rosy hues, silver metallic pieces, velvet, structured dresses and coats, slouchy suits, and chunky sweaters.
At Eyebeam, Honor’s winter wonderland was magical and enchanted everyone with the pink/red hues, sheers, and floral prints. Chunky sweaters and structured coats were in full effect at the Karen Walker and TOME shows. Velvet and lace 70′s inspired pieces graced the TOCCA runway, while Wendy Nichol once again amazed the crowd with her cohesive “Living Doll” collection at Duane Park. From the venue to models, make up, hair –and the especially stunning collection– the dollhouse presentation was nothing short of seductive, and by far my favorite show this season.
Here are a few of the images from the shows — Enjoy!