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9/6/2013
Mix fiesta flair, sporty, feminine, and rocker-chic and you have Rebecca Minkoff’s spring 2014 collection shown Friday at New York Fashion Week. Full of fashion forward, wearable prints, her collection dresses the every girl for her every occasion. We saw more of the sheer trend in the mesh details of a few sporty tops and dresses, fiesta-ready florals on skirts and pants, and flirty,... More
9/6/2013
Brian Lichtenberg sprung into the fashion scene with his über popular fashion house logo remixes—"Homíes" for Hermés and "Féline" for Céline. For that alone, he’s definitely won over the hearts and wardrobes of celebs and hipsters. This year is Brian’s first showing at New York Fashion Week and he brings a little... More
9/6/2013
At a blogger event held today during the craziness of New York Fashion Week, we got a peek at Laruicci's spring 2014 jewelry collection. As you can see, it's full of statement pieces that are the perfect blend of edgy and glamorous. Beyonce, Rihanna, and Nicki Minaj agree—the stars have been spotted in designer Lauren Ruicci's metal cuffs, collars, and blinged-out... More
9/6/2013
Day two of New York Fashion Week featured another slew of top-name designers, including Rebecca Minkoff, whose show was so popular, throngs of hopeful attendees were turned away at the tent. But not DivineCaroline contributor and blogger Samantha Peterson! Here's what she had to say about Minkoff's Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2014 collection show: "Rebecca Minkoff sure knows how to... More
9/6/2013
PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) is making a statement at New York Fashion Week today with their very own designs. Five women—wearing only thongs, high heels, and carrying posters placed strategically in front of their lady lumps—covered their skin in body paint to protest the use of animal fur and leather in fashion. PETA is known for going to extremes to prevent... More
9/6/2013
Backstage at Nicole Miller, butter LONDON’s global colour ambassador, Katie Jane Hughes, created a “glitterfall” nail look for the designer's New York Fashion Week S/S 2014 collection. The design was actually part of a fan vote campaign held on the Nicole Miller Facebook page. Fans were given the opportunity to choose which of three nail designs they wanted to see walk... More
9/6/2013
Richard Chai's New York Fashion Week Spring 2014 ready-to-wear collection was a combination of fabrics and prints in a range of cuts and colors. Women's wear was made up of loose, flowing basics in geometric and floral prints in nautical hues, and moved onto shimmering black nightwear. The cuts ranged from asymmetrical hemlines to confusing layering—the show started off with a mix... More
9/6/2013
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... More
9/5/2013
BCBG's Spring 2014 collection was all about simplicity—from the minimal makeup to the deconstructed pieces right down to the tonal music playing on the runway. Snakeskin is going to be a big trend for spring 2014. At BCBG MAX AZRIA, snakeskin popped up in panels on skirts, jacket pockets, and on sleek tote bags. These catwalk creations also contained an element of surprise—sort... More
9/5/2013
Former J.Crew designer Marissa Webb debuted her Spring/Summer 2014 collection at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Thursday, September 5. Samantha Peterson of the fashion blog TheBrunetteOne gave us her take on the show: "Marissa Webb's SS 2014 collection was a fan favorite: You could hear the crowd's exclamations from the first look—a metallic dress with a neckline to kill—... More