The designers have so much to say.
One shape, all sizes.
London and Milan put an unexpected twist on sportswear.
It was everywhere during NYFW.
Shades of Yves Saint Laurent were all over the runway last week (aren’t they always?)–specifically the designer’s sexy take on safari.
With the ’90s being the decade of inspiration du jour for designers in spring 2014, one comes to expect some typical ’90s staples. Case in point, Birkenstocks, overalls, and the slip dress, but what would the ’90s be without florals and plaid? Paired together, they are showing up on the runways and thankfully not always in the typical grungy fashion.
It’s a slip dress takeover for spring 2014.
Crop tops keep cropping up!
Talk about a cover coup!
When it comes to our seasonal cover war–in which fashion labels duke it out to see who fronted the most glossies–there’s really only four or five brands that ever come into the running. Those are: Gucci, Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Louis Vuitton and Dior–or, in other words, the luxury powerhouses with massive advertising budgets. But can you guess whose budget was biggest for spring 2013?