When it comes to Marchesa, you are accustomed to expecting certain things that would never cross your mind when sitting down to another show. Things like sweet ethereality, unapologetic femininity, and the all-out appreciation of beauty in the truest, purest sense of the word.
Read Snob Fashion Awards, Part 1 PAULA PATTON, BEST EMBELLISHED DRESS I love this Stephane Rolland Couture even though everyone was doing the Tina Fey, “What the WHAT?”. She looks like an angel so she is able to turn this overly embellished gown in to an ethereal cloud. I’m just happy the fashion was daring […]
Florals for spring is hardly revolutionary, but the way designers are reimagining the trend for 2014 certainly is. The look is rougher around the edges than we remember, and I have to say, I love it! The contrast between saccharine sweet blooms and roughed-up style is just what was needed to keep flower power from wilting. Which piece has you excited to step into the new season?
One thing you’re always guaranteed in Spring collections? Florals! You would think that seeing them again and again each year would grow tiresome, yet (for the most part) designers manage to keep the look fresh – no pun intended! Let’s take a look back at each city’s flowery Spring ’14 bags, beginning of course with Paris.
Julie Bowen really wowed with this sweeping Zac Pozen. The over-the-top look is not what we expect from her which makes it that much more exciting. Plus she looked like she was having fun with it which always makes it look more grand.
The silhouettes may have been taken in this season, but Marchesa was as Cinderella-like as ever. The clothes were inspired by a Victorian-style curiosity case, which tied into the beauty look. The focus was on the lip, as was the case at many of the major shows this season.
The beautiful, the ornate, the unabashedly plentiful: the ladies of Marchesa know how to please their fellow ladies (and make them ooh, aah, and covet to their hearts’ content), and their Spring 2014 offering is no exception. This marks a truly breathtaking collection from Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig.