Inspiration is everywhere according to Carolina Herrera – and that’s possibly how she’s been at the top of her game for nearly 30 years.
For her Fall 2014 collection at New York Fashion Week, the Venezuelan-American designer presented dark, minimal colours for her daywear outfits and punched things up for her evening looks.
“This collection is all about new proportions, which I’ve worked into jackets with rounded shoulders, and into the dresses too. The prints are architectural and geometrical,” said the designer.
Tommy Hilfiger’s models took to a snow-covered runway in a ski resort setting. The designer mixed Western-wear with bohemian flair to create a collection aimed at his customers’ youthful side.
Classic shirt dresses were done in colorful plaids. Traditional winter fabrics like wool, velvet, fur and suede dominated the collection.
Blankets were transformed into flowing skirts and dresses and Hilfiger’s trademark denim was never far. Footwear was suitably outdoorsy with hiking boots and cutoff cowboy boots as well as faux-fur clogs.