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{#NYFW} Noon by Noor

Noon by NoorNew York Fashion Week Spring Summer 2015 September 2014

Noon by Noor New York Fashion Week Spring Summer 2015 September 2014

Noon by Noor New York Fashion Week Spring Summer 2015 September 2014

Noon by Noor New York Fashion Week Spring Summer 2015 September 2014

Noon by Noor New York Fashion Week Spring Summer 2015 September 2014

Noon by Noor New York Fashion Week Spring Summer 2015 September 2014

Noon by NoorNew York Fashion Week Spring Summer 2015 September 2014

Noon By Noor nailed the minimalist silhouette this season. Clean lines were incorporated into vivid floral prints and painstaking hand sewn embellishments. Spring is a celebration of new beginnings, renewal and youth, all of which the collection drew inspiration from. Fresh blooms, lush greenery and flourishing landscapes were translated into bold floral and botanical prints.

The notable looks from the show included the blush sheer panel embellished dress with floral appliqué; mesh bombers: one with the amazing floral embellishment and one with an easy drop shoulder, as well as a black tuxedo cape and super chic silver embellished “flatforms”—the fresh take on a platform meets Birkenstock, which are sure to be a hit among the street style savvy show-goers that would gladly trade their heels in for those.

The exploration of volume, movement and structure in both silhouette and fabrication were all the strengths of a collection that is effortlessly chic and perfect for transforming your spring wardrobe.

To keep up with Noon by Noor and their spring collection follow @noonbynoor or go to noonbynoor.com.

-Emily Kammeyer

images via Noon by Noor

{#NYFW} Karolyn Pho

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Inspiration for the Karolyn Pho SS15 runway show stemmed from the meandering and wandering of a vagabond. A traveler or a nomad, the girl has lost herself in her own self-perception.

Highlights from the show include the Rone zip-front shirtdress in emerald, Elliot draped trench coat in camel, Moscot cassius with sky blue lens and the Harper workmen’s jumpsuit in camel. Common tones among the collection include sky clue, nude, pearl, flamingo, camel, emerald, and burnt sienna. Popular items to be seen for spring include joggers, shift dresses, trench coats, jumpsuits, turtlenecks and maxi dresses. Sequined fabrics with deep-V cutouts, pleats and crops were also frequent.

Although the collection had true runway appeal, it was the garments appealing to everyday wear that made it a very successful collection.

To keep up with Karolyn Pho and her spring collection follow @KarolynPho or go to KarolynPho.com. 

-Deja Turner

{#NYFW} Georgine

Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week Spring 2015 - Georgine - Runway

Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week Spring 2015 - Georgine - Runway

Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week Spring 2015 - Georgine - Runway

Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week Spring 2015 - Georgine - Runway

Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week Spring 2015 - Georgine - Runway

Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week Spring 2015 - Georgine - Runway

photos: Alberto Reyes/WENN

Georgine is a newcomer on the block in Lincoln Center this week, but her 70′s throwback collection made her look like a fashion veteran. Designer Georgine Ratelband’s nods to the era’s icons like Bianca Jagger and Jerry Hall jet setting to Saint-Tropez, somehow still felt fresh for something we’ve seen pop up every now in then in fashion. Everything has been done, but the metallics and turbans didn’t feel stale, but rather something that street style stars may be following suit come this spring.

While the stark black looks felt out of place for such a tropical disco era collection, the black caftan was one of the standout looks, along with accessories like ornate flowers in the air and surfboard shaped clutches—complete with a cuff attached so you don’t lose your board.

Whatever your bag is for spring, Georgine is onto something with the wide legged pants that feel refreshing after the decline of the skinny jean has recently been declared.

To keep up with Georgine and her spring collection follow @GeorgineStudio or go to Georgine.com.


{#NYFW} Lela Rose

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Lela Rose did what Lela Rose does best for her spring 2015 collection. She’s the master of the feminine dress and this season she took us once again into her beautiful imagination, this time being inspired by the floral designs and angles of vintage Japanese kimonos.

Not one to shy from experimental fabrics and silhouettes, she played again this season with interesting bias cuts and modern shapes nodding to the kimono shape. Standout looks included the last look with organza with gold brush strokes, as well as sheer/opaque black and white fabrics, and what seems to be a major trend of next spring, the off the shoulder top.

Once again Lela’s signature romanticism of the modern woman wowed and the line will sure to be attending many garden parties this spring.

To keep up with Lela Rose and her spring collection follow @lela_rose or go to lelarose.com.


{#NYFW} Nanette Lepore

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Nanette Lepore’s SS15 collection was inspired simply by Sunshine. Hints to the new collection such as, “It’s all about the sunny yellow dress,” were featured on her Instagram.

Highlights from the show include the yellow tent dress and the blush off the shoulder cargo dress, both giving that spring, sunny feel. Blush, white, yellow, black, aqua tones as well as bordered prints and stripes were common in the collection. Embroidered cotton fabrics pair perfectly with sunny spring weather. Nanette Lepore took a very fresh and bare approach with almost little to no accessories showing in the collection.

Although the music throughout the show was upbeat and uplifting, it was the ending of the show that truly made the show a party. Join the excitement and click on the link above!

To keep up with Nanette Lepore and her spring collection follow @NanetteLepore or go to NanetteLepore.com.

-Déjà Turner

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