The Best of New York Fashion Week S/S 14 Part Three

Happy Friday the 13th, dearies! A lot of things happened today, and I just can’t exactly tell how I am feeling right now. I hate saying good bye but Mr. B said that everything happens for a reason and that I should never ask God why. His words helped me figure out what it’s like to live in the reality. Just the thought of him leaving breaks my heart and if I could do anything to save things, I would. Maybe I should work harder and prove to them that I can do more than what they expect me to do. Anyhow, New York FashionWeek has once again come to an end. (Why do things expire when they don’t have to?) Here’s my final post regarding the most fashionable event of the year so far.

So my firstand secondNYFW S/S 14 reviews were written in short paragraphs for my opinion. I think brevity is key to updating people about a certain topic, unless of course if it’s a national issue or something.

 

 

I’m kicking off this third part with the very chic Diane von Furstenberg and her comfortable summer collection. According to Women’s Wear Daily, Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines and Daft Punk’s Get Luckywere played as the models sashayed on the runway. Isn’t that the coolest thing ever? I mean, this is DVF we’re talking about! Going back to the collection, DVF showed plenty of animal prints and other patterns that are relaxing to the eyes. The maroon dress with a plunging neckline is just the right red-carpet dress for either Emma Stone or one of the most glamorous women in the world, Jessica Chastain. Yeah, their haircolor is perfect.

 

 

Probably the most hip-hop-inclined designer I know, Jeremy Scott came up with a colorful collection as the bouffant hairstyle came to life on his show. At the beginning, I thought I saw the colored lines on TV on some pieces that they looked so vintage. This particular collection proved that JS is among the very few designers who can pull off mismatched creations for the sake of distinctiveness. I can’t wait to see the third outfit on 2NE1’s CL, though. I believe that the Baddest Female has every right to wear the crop top and fitted skirt and a pair of skyscraper heels, perhaps?

 

 

As expected, Monique Lhuillier went for lighter looks as models went down the catwalk in elegant pieces such as lace tops, pencil skirts, and a lot more femininity. Honestly, I loved every outfit Lhuillier was able to present for her spring/summer collection. Despite my love-hate relationship with any shade of pink, I think her evening gowns are to-die-for. I know that this expression is quite overused, but who cares? Charlize Theron, Eva Longoria, and Jessica Alba should wear at least one of Lhuillier’s gorgeous gowns.

Unfortunately, that’s all I’ve got to say about the NYFW S/S 14. Trust me, if I were to choose a few more, I’d love to include Jill Stuart, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Naeem Khan, Proenza Schouler, and Prabal Gurung. There’s just too much to write in the fashion industry. Oh how I love it! See you at London Fashion Week!

with hugs,

Queen Sica

This queen doesn't need a king.

Like what you see? Here's more

12 Comments

  1. What i do not realize is in truth how you are not actually much more neatly-preferred than you may be right now. You’re so intelligent. You know therefore significantly when it comes to this topic, made me personally believe it from a lot of various angles. Its like women and men don’t seem to be fascinated until it is one thing to accomplish with Lady gaga! Your own stuffs excellent. Always handle it up!

  2. certainly like your web site however you need to take a look at the spelling on quite a few of your posts.
    Several of them are rife with spelling problems and I find it very bothersome to tell the truth however I will definitely come again again.

  3. Thanks, I have just been looking for information about this subject for a long time and yours is the greatest I’ve discovered so far. However, what about the conclusion? Are you sure in regards to the supply?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *