Hitting the Mercedes-Banz Fashion Week runway Thursday, September 5, Tadashi Shoji's Spring 2014 collection intertwined classic elements and unique combinations. Plaid, lace, and fringe dominated Shoji's designs. His daywear pieces were feminine but ultimately casual, with innovative mixes of pastel plaids and lace overlays. Tadashi Shoji cultivated classic sillhouettes with modern updates by pairing roomy tops with form-fitting skirts and adding sheer mesh paneling to the hemline of dresses. His evening wear looks were comprised of sparkling metallic hues, sheer inlays, and fringe detailing with floor-sweeping hems. The classic, feminine style of Shoji's design was highlighted by flowing hair and rose-hued makeup.