17 February 2014
Christopher Kane continues to bring new techniques to the runway, this time blending fabrics and textures with unlikely silhouettes to imaginative effect, says Nabil Aliffi.
A foreboding setting at the Tate Britain after hours couldn't distract from Jonathan Saunders's refined Autumn/Winter 2014 collection of colourful patchworked pieces, writes Nabil Aliffi.
Intricate embellishments, handiwork, and a well-rounded range of wardrobe options all added up to nuanced, dynamic season that pushed the Mary Katrantzou label forward, reports Nabil Aliffi.
16 February 2014
16 February 2014 • By BoF Team
16 February 2014
Inspired by English painter Graham Sutherland, J.W. Anderson's latest "pretty ugly" collection offered distorted construction and an unconventional palette, reports Nabil Aliffi.
14 February 2014
To the dissonant soundtrack of Jessica Lange reciting the words to the song “Happy Days Are Here Again,” models came out in clothing that clearly referenced the futuristic styles of the 1960s. But as is the case with Jacobs, he took that grain of an idea and made it into something uniquely his own, writes Jessica Michault.
13 February 2014
Proenza Schouler faultlessly delivered on their show notes, giving the fashion crowd volume on volume, pattern on pattern, texture on texture and colour on colour, writes Jessica Michault.
Jason Wu showed a collection centered on rigorous pieces designed for women working in the business world, says Jessica Michault.
Faithful to its chosen boho style, with peasant tops and skirts, chunky oversized sweaters and full legged trousers, Kors' collection was filled with foundation pieces that women can depend on long past a single winter season, writes Jessica Michault.
12 February 2014
This season marked a departure from Narciso Rodriguez's usual body-skimming silhouettes as he offered voluminous shapes and intricate beadwork, says Jessica Michault.
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