NYFW Spring'14 RTW

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Phillip Lim

I'm not gonna go on and on about how incredibly I admire Phillip Lim, since I think you are all well aware about that, but once again he delivered an amazing collection. I love the concept of nature and how he was inspired by geology, that reflects so much in his latest collection, especially in that amazing embroidery that makes pieces live and vivid, but how at the same time he stayed true to himself and kept the collection "Oh so Phillip Lim!" like.

BCBG Max Azria

With this collection, the first thing that caught my attention were prints. And to be specific by far my favourite is that peachy-purple one that I don't really know how to describe, but with the word amazing. And to my surprise the collection actually made me rethink about the floral print, that I got so fed up with and that (until now) I considered my least favourite!...Add some sheer materials and a few leather details and I'm pretty much sold!

Tommy Hilfiger 

And last but not least, my biggest surprise this year- Tommy Hilfiger. To be completely honest, I've never really followed his work, since I have an image in my head of him being one of those classical designers, that makes timeless pieces and so therefor not being so interested or exciting. But with his latest collection...mamma mia, I take it back! His athletic, surfer inspired collection is absolutely mind blowing, I adore the colour pallet, the choice of materials and the fact that he still kept it a little bit preppy, so there's no doubt who stands behind this amazing work!

Have a lovely day everyone, and for my Slovenian readers, I'll announce the winners of Wella giveaway, later today!



Caroline said...

phillip lim obvisouly know how to do ♥


Live-Style20 said...

nice pics;DD

new post


Stephanie mcs said...

Tommy Hilfiger was one of my favorite shows, the colors and the shapes were amazing<3 Nice post!


Chrissabella said...

Great Post!


Basmilia said...



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