NEW YORK — Fashion Week Spring 2014 showcased a wide range of talent and exciting looks.
Notable trends were in cut, color and textile sensibility.
Geometric lines and cuts were highlighted in asymmetric collars, torso detailing and triangle details. Perforation of fabric also created geometric styles in knits and leather. Noted textile trends were slubbed fabrics and even sheerer tops.
White, yellow, shades of coral and brushed metallic were particular color standouts, and they were consistent in every collection Street Chic attended.
Silhouettes we took note of were jumpsuits, from body skimming with a minimalist attitude, to a fluid retro Riviera chic. Longer, over-the-calf hemlines accentuated fuller skirts, however, track shorts with athletic side seam details were also very strong.
Street Chic could not help noticing how talented minds think alike picking up on a vibe and reintroducing it to the clothes conscious.
Pictured: Son Jung Wan’s white minimalist jumpsuit with geometric torso details.